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.
Visit Sacramento Cuts Staff As Tourism Remains At A StandstillFifteen employees were let go. More have been furloughed.
Some Internships Canceled, Others Give Students Virtual ExperienceWith the majority of companies still working from home, students are missing out on crucial experience before graduating, but some companies are still finding a way to provide virtual experiences for students.
Businesses Ponder Permanent Work-From-Home ArrangementsThe pandemic has forced employers to examine work-at-home arrangements and some say they'll shift to a telecommuting model permanently.
U.S. Jobless Rate Spikes To 14.7%, Highest Since Great DepressionThe U.S. unemployment rate hit 14.7% in April, the highest rate since the Great Depression, as 20.5 million jobs vanished in the worst monthly loss on record.
Sacramento Salon Gets Second Chance With Paycheck Protection Program LoanOne small business in Sacramento nearing its breaking point after being overlooked by the federal government for a PPP loan is finally getting some good news.
'The Timing Is Devastating': Coronavirus Forces New Elk Grove School Shuttle Service To Hit The BrakesAn Elk Grove business owner who started his dream job of an Uber-style shuttle service for school children in February was forced to hit the brakes after the coronavirus shut down schools.
New Texting System Will Answer Questions About Unemployment Claims In CaliforniaPeople could find it easier to navigate the unemployment benefits system in California. after a new texting system goes into place, Gov. Newsom says.
California Cities: Pandemic Could Mean $6.7 Billion In Losses StatewideCalifornia's 482 cities say they will collectively lose $6.7 billion over the next two years because of the coronavirus pandemic, prompting layoffs and furloughs for public workers and potential cuts to basic services like sanitation, public safety and housing.