Update: Required Posting Now Published for CA COVID Sick Pay
By | 02.17.2022 | Employment Law
As a follow-up to Hoge Fenton’s February 11, 2022 article regarding the return of California COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave, the State has now published a required notice for employers to post in the workplace and to email to remote employees.
The new COVID sick pay law requires all covered employers (those with 26 or more employees) to post this notice and email it to remote employees, by February 19, 2022.
Our Employment Law Group has extensive experience advising employers on California’s SPSL laws and other issues pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information and to contact Hoge Fenton’s Employment Law Group, click here.
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|Sarju Naran (he/him) is a zealous advocate for his clients and approaches litigation with creativity and strategy. Chair of Hoge Fenton’s Employment Law Group, Sarju’s experience spans from representing middle-market and family-owned closely-held businesses to large multi-national companies. He regularly litigates and provides advice and counsel to companies on wage and hour issues, trade secret misappropriation, employee mobility, wrongful termination, performance management, and leaves of absence.|
|Jenn Protas (she/her) helps employers navigate California’s numerous employment laws and defends employers with an eye toward successful, yet cost-effective resolution. Jenn is a committed advocate for her clients and a tenacious litigator. She defends employers on matters related to wage and hour law, wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, and retaliation in single-plaintiff litigation, Private Attorney General Act actions, and/or class actions. Jenn’s practice also includes housing discrimination matters and business litigation.|
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