Masking requirement continues in California health care settings.
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Use this CRD 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 for may be used for CFRA and non-CFRA medical leaves of absence or other requested accommodations due to a qualifying disability or serious heath condition.
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 October 2022.
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.
Employers of five or more full-time or part-time employees must make PDL available to employees. This resource outlines updated 2022 leave obligations and provides guidance for employers managing pregnancy leave and accommodation considerations.
Effective January 1, 2023, the State of California is now requiring all employer's to offer a retirement plan to their staff.
All employers are required to provide a set amount of paid sick leave (PSL) to employees who work California. The law establishes minimum requirements, but employers have options with how they provide and manage the time.
A form for use by California employers to comply with the California Family Rights Act (CFRA).
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.
Employers of five (5) or more employees must provide information about their CFRA policy and post this information in a conspicuous place where employees tend to gather.