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Sacramento Employers Must Comply With New Worker Protection Ordinance Starting July 15th

Sacramento has passed the Sacramento Worker Protection, Health and Safety Act (Ordinance No. 2020-00260) which is effective as of July 15, 2020. The ordinance requires all employers operating in the City of Sacramento to comply with certain specified safety practices and protocols, many of which are recommended by the California Department of Public Health and... Continue Reading
July 14, 2020

Sacramento Employers Must Comply With New Worker Protection Ordinance Starting July 15th

Sacramento has passed the Sacramento Worker Protection, Health and Safety Act (Ordinance No. 2020-00260) which is effective as of July 15, 2020. The ordinance requires all employers operating in the City of Sacramento to comply with certain specified safety practices and protocols, many of which are recommended by the California Department of Public Health and... Continue Reading…
July 14, 2020

State-Wide Supplemental Paid Sick Leave for Food Sector Workers

In recent weeks, San Jose and Los Angeles have passed ordinances to provide supplemental paid sick leave to employees not otherwise covered by the recently enacted federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). San Francisco has a similar ordinance pending. On April 16th, Governor Newsom issued Executive Order N-51-20, which provides COVID-19 related paid sick... Continue Reading…
April 17, 2020

Governor Newsom Announces Initiatives Supporting California Workers Affected by COVID-19

As California employers continue their efforts to weather this difficult and economically uncertain time, the state is also taking steps to assist California workers affected by the COVID-19 crisis. Governor Gavin Newsom recently announced several new initiatives to support California workers who have been affected by COVID-19. Expansion of Call Center Hours at the Employment... Continue Reading…
April 17, 2020

State-Wide Supplemental Paid Sick Leave for Food Sector Workers

In recent weeks, San Jose and Los Angeles have passed ordinances to provide supplemental paid sick leave to employees not otherwise covered by the recently enacted federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). San Francisco has a similar ordinance pending. On April 16th, Governor Newsom issued Executive Order N-51-20, which provides COVID-19 related paid sick... Continue Reading
April 17, 2020

Governor Newsom Announces Initiatives Supporting California Workers Affected by COVID-19

As California employers continue their efforts to weather this difficult and economically uncertain time, the state is also taking steps to assist California workers affected by the COVID-19 crisis. Governor Gavin Newsom recently announced several new initiatives to support California workers who have been affected by COVID-19. Expansion of Call Center Hours at the Employment... Continue Reading
April 17, 2020