On November 30, 2020, California’s Office of Administrative Law approved Cal/OSHA’s emergency standards setting forth new requirements for California employers. Under the new requirements employers must develop a written COVID-19 prevention program, train employees, provide personal protective equipment to employees, provide certain information to employees, and abide by record keeping and new reporting requirements.
Top Five Employment Law Issues Facing California Employers Post-Coronavirus
By Anthony Zaller on
Posted in Coronavirus
A common question posed to me this past week was what types of lawsuits should employers be concerned about once the economy begins to reopen. I figured that the California economy is slowly reopening, so I should start writing my Friday’s Five lists again – so here are the top five areas of concern I…