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- 1. SB 95: COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave
SB 95, signed into law on March 19, 2021, expands the COVID-19 related supplemental paid sick leave (SPSL) law. PRISM Risk Control discussed SB 95 with Patti Eyres, Managing Partner of Eyres Law Group, to get a better understanding of the important facts of the bill.
- 2. Sample COVID-19 Exposure Notifications
AB 685 effective January 1, 2021, requires written notice to various parties regarding potential exposure to COVID-19. Several members have reached out looking for samples, so we partnered with Patti Eyres, Managing Partner of Eyres Law Group.
- 3. New Laws Being Proposed by the California Legislature in 2019
A new legislative session is just beginning, and there has been a flurry of bill submissions! Read about all the bills the EIA's Legislative Committee is following!
- 4. US Supreme Court's Decision in Janus v. AFSCME
The U.S. Supreme Court has made clear that requiring non-union public employees to pay mandatory agency fees is unconstitutional under the First Amendment. There are many ramifications to this decision. The most immediate impact is that public agencies may not facilitate a union’s collection of agency fees from a non-member without that employee’s express consent. Therefore, public agencies are immediately prohibited from automatically deducting agency fees from the paychecks of employees.
- 5. Did You Know...Form I-9 is Changing Again?
Effective September 18, 2017 employers must use an updated version of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification.
- 6. Did You Know...New Legislation Affects Your Employee Orientations?
AB 119 was signed into law and requires union representation access to employees during new employee orientation.
- 7. Did You Know...Employers Can Still Maintain a Drug-Free Workplace Despite the Legalization of Marijuana in California?
With the passing of Proposition 64, Marijuana Legalization, EIA Members may find themselves wondering how it will affect the workplace.
- 8. Settlement of Employment Cases Brought Under the FEHA May Have Just Gotten More Difficult For Employers After a Recent Ruling by the California Supreme Court
The landscape for litigating employment cases brought under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) was recently altered by the California Supreme Court in Williams v. Chino Valley Independent Fire District (2015) 61 Cal.4th 97…
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