The CDPH recommendations: Positive Test. If an employee tests positive, regardless of their vaccination status or whether they have had a previous COVID-19 infection, they must be excluded from the workplace for at least 5 days. The employee may return to work after day 5 if symptoms are not present or are resolving and a… Read more »
All Employers are required to create Covid 19 prevention plans to protect their employees. Similar to a IIPP, they must create a plan to evaluate the risks and resolve the risk. California recently approved Cal/OSHA emergency temporary standards on COVID-19 infection prevention. These new temporary standards apply to most workers in California not covered by… Read more »
Background checks are commonly used in the hiring process when an employer wants to make sure their job candidate has all necessary qualifications for the open position. It is important to conduct these background checks correctly and in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). It is worth noting that FCRA does not apply… Read more »
Background checks are a vital part of an employer’s hunt for a potential new hire. These background checks are guided by a federal legislation known as the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). The FCRA was instituted to promote the accuracy, fairness and privacy of the files of consumer reporting agencies.
Face masks are required in all public spaces throughout California in a mandate made by Governor Gavin Newsom in June 2020. This mandate has a common goal in mind: reduce the spread of coronavirus.
It’s always good to try and plan for the unexpected, but no one could have anticipated COVID-19 and the massive effect it would have on daily life. As we continue to see the impact of coronavirus, we understandably want to stay as informed as possible as this situation continues. While it may be confusing trying… Read more »
If an employee at your business tests positive for COVID-19, there are a number of procedures advised by the CDC to follow in order to ensure that your employees, including those infected, are safe. These measures may vary in complexity depending on your specific type of business, which is why it is also advised to… Read more »
As a business owner, chances are you’ll find yourself in the situation in which you need to fire an employee. It’s understandable that firing an employee can be an uncomfortable experience, not only for the employee being fired, but for the person informing that employee that they will be let go. Although it’s not something… Read more »