Masks are still required in the dental office.
Get resources to help your office communicate mask requirements.
Individual cities and counties across California have passed local ordinances relating to minimum wage and sick leave laws — with eligibility rules varying from city to city. Check with local city government as to whether any local minimum wage ordinances may apply to employees in your practice. Periodically check local websites as rates in these cities could change at any time.
Do you have five or more employees? The state of California is now requiring any employer with five or more employees to offer a retirement plan to their staff. Covered employers must register by June 30, 2022. Employers with a qualifying 401(k) plan may register as exempt.
Lists posters required at dental offices and required pamphlets. Poster sets are distributed to practice owners biennially. This resource is part of the Regulatory Compliance Manual. Updated May 2022.
Developed to assist dentists in understanding the contents of a typical agreement. Many common contract terms and conditions are included in this sample with considerations provided for those areas that may be ambiguous.
Designation of a CFRA leave is a two-step process: employee notice of the need for a CFRA leave and employer designation of the leave as CFRA leave.
Use this DFEH form to request certification from a health care provider for CFRA leaves due to the employee’s own serious health condition or that of a family member.
This resource is an in-depth discussion overview of reasonable accommodations and steps to take when an employee requests an accommodation.
Employers must establish a method to track unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated workers for weekly COVID-19 testing. Use this sample form to track weekly testing.
Use this form to obtain verification and proof of vaccine status for each employee's confidential personnel file.