Tag: required notice

Supplemental Notice to H-2A Agricultural Workers
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Must Provide Supplemental Notice to H-2A Agricultural Workers Beginning March 15, 2024

California’s Notice to Employee pursuant to Labor Code section 2810.5 (also referred to as the Wage Theft Notice) underwent some changes that became effective January…

sick leave
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What Employers Should Know About California’s Latest Paid Sick Leave Expansion

In this episode of The Workplace podcast, CalChamber Associate General Counsel Matthew Roberts and CalChamber employment law expert Ellen Savage discuss what employers need to…

Pre-Order Your 2024 California and Federal Labor Law Posters
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Pre-Order Your 2024 California and Federal Labor Law Posters, Wage Orders, Pamphlets

Every California business is required to post 18 employment notices to ensure their employees are aware of their rights in the workplace. Starting January 1,…

Oakland’s emergency paid sick leave ordinance imposes some additional requirements on employers already covered by the FFCRA.
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Oakland Adopts Emergency COVID-19-Related Paid Sick Leave Ordinance

On May 12, 2020, the Oakland City Council unanimously passed the Emergency Paid Sick Leave for Oakland Employees ordinance, effective immediately upon adoption, to provide…

The U.S. DOL has released their “first guidance” on the FFCRA, including a FAQs.
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Posted in COVID-19 (Coronavirus) FMLA/CFRA Posters and Notices Time Off

Guidance and Poster Issued for Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)

After President Trump signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) on March 18, 2020, providing paid sick leave and expanded family and medical leave…

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Starting Today, California Employers Have a New/Updated Notice (and Revised Pamphlets Too!)

This year, forget April showers and May flowers, April 1 brings new notice and pamphlet revisions. California employers need to check their notices and posters…