COVID-19 resources for employers

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The Emergency COVID-19 Prevention Regulation adopted by Cal/OSHA late this month will go into effect as early as Monday, November 30, 2020. When it becomes effective, the regulation will be the most sweeping and demanding body of COVID-19-related requirements imposed to date on California employers. Employers should prepare now to comply.

Nearly All Employers will

Effective November 9th, Los Angeles businesses may refuse service to any patron not wearing a mask.

Specifically, the new Ordinance states “any business owner or operator in the City of Los Angeles is authorized to refuse admittance or service to any person who refuses or fails to wear a Face Covering when

Yesterday, Governor Gavin Newsom signed AB1867 into law, which provides supplemental paid sick leave benefits for California workers.  The new law, which adds section 248.1 to the Labor Code, provides coverage for employees who did not receive paid sick leave benefits under the federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”). The effective date will be

Faced with escalating Coronavirus infections in California, county public health departments across the state are ramping up enforcement of COVID-related restrictions on businesses — conducting investigations, imposing fines and shutting down non-compliant facilities.

Businesses at risk of enforcement action include those not adhering to mask, face shield, physical distancing and hygiene requirements for employees

Governor Gavin Newsom announced on Twitter today that the state is rolling back its reopening plans. As a result, restaurants, wineries, movie theaters, family entertainment centers (e.g., bowling alleys, miniature golf, batting cages, and arcades), zoos, museums, and card rooms statewide are required to close all indoor operations. Bars are required to cease all operations