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Managing the Adverse Impact on PEPRA Employees

Mar 7, 2022 | Labor & Employment,

Managing the Adverse Impact on PEPRA Employees The Public Employee Pension Reform Act of 2013 (P...

PORAC LDF Rolls Out Plan VI Coverage Details

Feb 25, 2022 | Labor & Employment,

PORAC LDF Rolls Out Plan VI Coverage Details As you are aware, the passing and subsequent signin...

COVID-19 Supplemental Sick Leave Bill Signed by Governor Newsom

COVID-19 Supplemental Sick Leave Bill Signed by Governor Newsom It’s official, Supplemental Si...

Governor Newsom Extends Supplemental Sick Leave

Governor Newsom Extends Supplemental Sick Leave Governor Newsom announced today that an agreemen...

Cal/OSHA Will Not Adopt Federal ETS

Cal/OSHA Will Not Adopt Federal ETS On Friday, January 14th, 2022, the California/Occupational S...

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Overcoming USCIS Delays

Overcoming USCIS Delays When you file any documents with the USCIS, USCIS will generally provide you with a “processing time” for the type of application or petition you have filed. USCIS may change these processing times arbitrarily depending on the number of applications they have received, but there is a regulatory timeframe within which USCIS ..

Managing the Adverse Impact on PEPRA Employees

Managing the Adverse Impact on PEPRA Employees The Public Employee Pension Reform Act of 2013 (PEPRA) was intended to stop the increasing costs of the pension system. However, CalPERS and many other 37 Act pension systems changed the way they amortized unfunded liabilities with annual escalation to employer contributions until they hit their peak in ..

PORAC LDF Rolls Out Plan VI Coverage Details

PORAC LDF Rolls Out Plan VI Coverage Details As you are aware, the passing and subsequent signing into law of Senate Bill 2 (SB 2) in California brought about several big changes for peace officers to be aware of, not least of which being the establishment of a decertification procedure. SB 2 amends Penal Code ..

COVID-19 Supplemental Sick Leave Bill Signed by Governor Newsom

COVID-19 Supplemental Sick Leave Bill Signed by Governor Newsom It’s official, Supplemental Sick Leave Pay is back in California until September 30, 2022. After being signed by the Governor today, it will become effective in 10 days on February 19, 2022.  SB 114 requires California employers with more than 25 employees to provide up to ..

Governor Newsom Extends Supplemental Sick Leave

Governor Newsom Extends Supplemental Sick Leave Governor Newsom announced today that an agreement has been reached with State Legislature (Senate President Atkins and Assembly Speaker Rendon) on the framework to ensure employees have access to COVID-19 supplemental sick leave through September 30, 2022. The new supplemental sick leave coverage is also retroactive back to January ..

Cal/OSHA Will Not Adopt Federal ETS

Cal/OSHA Will Not Adopt Federal ETS On Friday, January 14th, 2022, the California/Occupational Safety and Health Administration Standards Board announced that the Second Readopted COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) is now in effect and shall remain in place through April 14, 2022. One key factor to be aware of is that, considering the recent Supreme ..

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