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New Social Distancing Protocols for Sacramento County

On April 7, the County of Sacramento released an updated Stay at Home Order. In this updated order, all construction remains as a designated “essential industry,” but an important directive was added.All essential businesses must prepare a “Social Distancing...

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CPSA Response to COVID-19

The California Pool & Spa Association reminds both commercial and residential swimming pool and spa owners that even in extraordinary circumstances and with the travel and “shelter in place” restrictions relative to the Coronavirus outbreak enacted by federal,...

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Agency Plans Dozens of AB 5 Seminars Around the State

Assembly Bill 5 (Gonzalez) continues to create concern among many businesses and individuals about how to comply with this new law. To help clarify what AB 5 means to employers, employees, and independent contractors throughout the state, the Employment Development...

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Save Money with Rebates from SoCalGas

Guest Blog by Southern California Gas CompanyCustomers who purchase and install energy-efficient natural gas pool equipment may be eligible for rebates from SoCalGas! Manufacturer name, model number, and serial number are required. Applicants must have an active...

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2020 Legislative Sessions Shaping Up

The 2020 session of the California State Legislature is starting to shape up, although thedeadline to introduce new bills for this year is still a week away. It is very likely that up to 1,500bills will be introduced in the next seven to ten days. Those introductions...

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AB 5 & Dynamex Decision Under Fire

Following the Dynamex decision by the California Supreme Court in March of 2018, legislation last year pushed the worker classification issue into full public view and political debate. The bill, AB 5 (Gonzalez), which initially targeted the “gig economy,” was passed...

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Labor & Employment Law Update: What’s New For 2020?

 As reported periodically through 2019 by CPSA, there are numerous new and revised employment laws effective January 1, 2020. Employers should take note of the following key developments and should review their policies and practices (preferably with counsel) to...

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