In this issue:
Welcoming Back the Team: Can You Insist on Employee Vaccinations?


Give Me a Break! Unwary Employers Face Potential Risks for Noncompliant Breaks In California, employees who are paid by the hour are entitled to meal and rest breaks. Break rules vary depending on how many hours are worked per day and per week. Compliance poses a challenge, especially for employers of workers deployed in the…

In this issue:
COVID-19 Compliance Alert


In this issue:
FFCRA Extended Through September 30, 2021


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Congress Passes Massive $1.9 Trillion American Rescue Plan Act


Reporting requirements in California’s Pay Data Reporting Act – enacted on September 30, 2020 – are about to take effect. The Act requires private-sector employers with 100 or more employees (even if only one of those employees is in California) to report employee pay and hours worked by race, ethnicity, and sex across ten different…

In this issue:
Covid-19 Compliance Alert
CAL/OSHA Update and A Discussion of Exclusion Pay: What it is and When to Pay


Recently, a California court held a roadway construction contractor, Western Engineering, Inc., liable for injuries to a motorist, Kevin Shipp, who sued for negligence related to an automobile accident. The accident happened when another motorist, George Smithson, rear-ended Shipp while Shipp was stopped at a traffic control stop managed by Western.  Smithson admitted he hadn’t…

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California Department of Health Stay at Home Order Update


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More Relief For Business Owners: The Consolidated Appropriations Act


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