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SB 95 was passed on March 18 and signed by Governor Newsom on March 19. The Bill mandates statewide supplemental paid COVID-19 sick leave, retroactively to January 1, 2021, and continuing through September 30, 2021.
SB 95 requires an additional 80 hours of paid leave to employees for qualifying reasons to employers with 25 or more employees. This new leave is in addition to any leave you may have already paid out in 2020, on an individual employee basis.
If you have over 25 employees, read the blog!
On November 30, 2020, upon approval by the Office of Administrative Law (OAL), Cal/OSHA adopted new temporary emergency regulations related to COVID-19 that will affect all employers in the state of California. Emergency regulations typically remain in effect for 180 days unless OAL approves a readoption of the emergency regulation during that time period.
Below are resources you need to stay in compliance. This new CAL/OSHA regulation is tricky. Please don't take action without speaking with our HR professionals.
Updated Employee Safety Guidelines
Employees should agree and sign as part of your CAL/SOHA safety plan
FFCRA leave Request
Employees complete when they are claiming they have or may have COVID-19
Employee COVID - 19 Exposure Notice
Use this form to notified employees in the case of workplace COVID-19 exposure
COVID-19 Online Screening Form
This form can be sent to your employees when they either call in sick or leave work sick. It is designed to screen for symptoms of COVID-19 which will help you determine the proper course of action. The form is secure and will be confidentially reviewed by our HR team and you will be notified as to what the next step is.
You can send this link by email or text message, or ask your employees to visit this page and download the form directly.
COVID-19 Screening Form: https://form.jotform.com/203504217642043
The CDC business resource page contains information on how to deal with potential and active COVID-19 cases at your workplace.
The Department of Labor's Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)Emergency Sick Pay questions and answers page.
Small Business Administration COVID-19 resource page to help small business weather the pandemic financially.
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