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California Latest Laws & COVID-19 Rules

California Latest Laws & COVID-19 Rules

CA Laws & COVID-19 Rules ... That Help Your Company Remain Compliant Presenter: Don Dressler, Attorney & Managing Partner Discussion Topics: · Cobra Subsidies Required by Federal Law · SB 95 Sick Leave Laws Join Zoom Meeting: Topic: California Latest Laws...

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Steps to Take for Safely Returning Employees to the Workplace

Steps to Take for Safely Returning Employees to the Workplace

Bianca Saad  April 1, 2021 HR Watchdog What COVID-19 safety measures do employers need to have in place before employees return to the workplace from remote work? Employers who are bringing their employees back to the workplace have several steps and considerations to...

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Flash Report: CDC: Vaccinated May Gather Without Masks

Flash Report: CDC: Vaccinated May Gather Without Masks

Published on: March 8, 2021 The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have announced that it is easing person-to-person COVID restrictions for fully vaccinated people. As employees continue to get vaccinated, the tight Cal/OSHA emergency temporary...

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Wage and Hour COVID-19 Compliance

Wage and Hour COVID-19 Compliance

Topic: Wage & Hour & COVID-19 Compliance Presenter: Don Dressler, Attorney & Managing Partner Discussion Topics: ·     H.R.1319 - American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 ·     Other COVID issues ·     Donahue vs. AMN – No Time Rounding (meals) ·     PAGA Fed....

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Employee Quitting Due to COVID May Still Collect Unemployment

Employee Quitting Due to COVID May Still Collect Unemployment

Ellen Savage, J.D.  March 3, 2021 HR Watchdog I have several employees who have quit for COVID-19-related reasons, including lack of child care and fear of being in the workplace. Why are they able to collect unemployment insurance when they were the ones who chose to...

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Employers Must Submit Injury & Illness Data by March 2nd

Employers Must Submit Injury & Illness Data by March 2nd

Employers Must Submit the Form Electronically by 3-2-21 Electronic submissions are required by firms with 250+ employees (currently required to keep OSHA injury and illness records) Establishments with 20-249 employees classified in specific industries with...

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OSHA Form 300 A summaries deadline – on-line filing March 2

OSHA Form 300 A summaries deadline – on-line filing March 2

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is reminding employers they must submit 2020 injury and illness data by March 2. Employers required to submit the data to OSHA include those whose workers are classified in high-risk...

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