California To Allow Sale Of To-Go Cocktails Through 2021Governor Gavin Newsom is in the Bay Area Thursday speaking to the media about the state's plan to support bars and restaurants after the state fully reopens on June, 15, according to his office.
Even Vaccinated California Workers May Have To Keep Masks On After June 15The California Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board meets Thursday and will consider new workplace rules that would only allow workers to go maskless if everyone in a room is fully vaccinated against the coronavirus.
Protesters Outside Gov. Newsom's Home Demand COVID-19 Relief For Undocumented ImmigrantsThey're demanding what they're calling equitable COVID-19 relief.
California's COVID Tier System Not Going Away EarlyCalifornia’s official reopening date is two weeks away, but what does that mean for the golden state’s tier system?
EMS Company Hopes Nationwide Staffing Shortage For Themselves & Others With More Graduates As Pandemic Restrictions EaseA shortage of paramedics and EMTs has led to major issues for ambulance companies.
Sacramento Businesses Get Creative To Deal With Staffing ShortageIn three weeks, the state of California is set to fully reopen. But with fewer people in the workforce, businesses won't be the same as they were before the pandemic.
Stay Home Without Pay Or Expose Co-Workers? COVID Sick-Leave Protections End January 1Starting Friday, millions of Americans may be forced to choose between staying home without pay after being exposed to COVID or risk exposing their coworkers.
More People Stop Seeking Work In California As Virus SurgesMore than 327,000 people stopped looking for work in California last month, a worrisome trend that has clouded the state's economic picture during its worst outbreak of the coronavirus.
California Unemployment Rate Dips As Jobs Regained Despite PandemicMore than a third of the 2.6 million nonfarm jobs California lost to the pandemic in March and April have been regained, state officials said Friday.
Newsom Vetoes Return-To-Work Bill For Many Laid-Off California WorkersGov. Gavin Newsom has vetoed a bill that supporters say would have guaranteed many California workers laid off because of the pandemic the right to get their jobs back once economic conditions improve, citing too high a burden on struggling employers.
Got COVID At Work? Before You File A Claim, Be Prepared To Answer These QuestionsIf you get COVID-19 at work and plan to file a workers comp claim, be prepared to answer these questions.
Modesto Company Holds Drive-Thru Job Fair To Help Get People Back Into WorkforceBBSI Modesto held a drive-thru job fair on Thursday at the parking lot located at 1625 I Street.
Hair Salons, Barber Shops And Gym Owners Upset With Latest Closure OrdersIt’s another round in the heavy-weight fight to stop the spread of COVID-19. Amid great disappointment, there’s more understanding.
EDD Working To Hire 1,800 Employees During PandemicTo help process the millions of unemployment claims made during the coronavirus pandemic, the Employment Development Department is hiring 1,800 new staff over the next several weeks.
Newsom's Proposed Budget Cuts Includes 10 Percent Pay Cut For State WorkersA portion of Gov. Gavin Newsom's proposed $6.1 billion state budget cuts includes a proposed 10% pay cut for all state workers.