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Important New Information Regarding AB 1867 and SB 1159

Friday, September 18, 2020   (0 Comments)
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CALPASC will be holding a members only webinar to review these bills Tuesday September 22, 2020; at 11:30 am. CALPASC members can click here to register.

In the meantime:

For AB 1867, the CA Labor Commissioner's office issued the poster required for employers with 500 or more employees, as well as revised information on Paid Sick Leave for those employers.

You can click here to see a copy of the document.

You can click here to see the revised guidance for Paid Sick Leave.

For SB 1159, employers will need to notify their workers' compensation claims administrators within three business days of an employee who they know or reasonably should have known that the employee tested positive for COVID-19, from the effective date of the legislation, September 17, 2020 going forward. CALPASC members can review the alert below, and see item 9 on the requirements for reporting. We will discuss the retroactive part on the webinar, for which the employer has until October 17, 2020; to file.

CALPASC members can click here for the original alert we gave on SB 1159.

CALPASC members can click here for a copy of the bill as passed.

Any questions please contact CALPASC Director of Risk Management Bruce Wick at 760-535-9623, or

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