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HR Dates to Remember Checklist 2020

Highlights of California's New Laws - 2020 In Focus

Pregnancy Disability Leave (CFRA/NPL) Poster 

CalOSHA Poster Required August 2019 Update

FCRA Notice of Consumer Rights 

Guide to Preventing Workplace Violence: Planning and Strategic Issues

Injury Illness Prevention Program

Cal Savers Retirement Savings Program - Fact Sheet

Preventing Harassment  Flyer

California Paid Sick Leave Laws - Resource Guide (Fox Rothschild) 

Frequently Requested Forms

Harassment Prevention Training FAQs - Fact Sheet Updated with New Training Deadlines

Industrial Welfare Commission Wage Orders

Meal Period Waiver Agreement

Minimum Wage & Paid Sick Leave (Local and State)Fact Sheet July 2019

New Hire Checklist

Notice to Employee as to Change in Relationship

Termination Checklist 

CA Earned Income Tax Credit Notice California employers must notify employees that they may be eligible for the federal and California Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). Employers shall give notification within one week before or after, or at the same time, they provide employees with an annual wage summary (IRS Form W-2, 1099). (Federal notice available below).

San Francisco Requirements

Los Angeles Requirements

Federal Government Information

California Government Forms

Employment Development Department (Unemployment, SDI, Workers Compensation)

Health Care, Safety, and Substance Abuse

  • COBRA Notices -The Department of Labor provides information relating to COBRA and the COBRA subsidy under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), and additional guidance in the form of FAQs for employers and employees. 
  • HIPP (Health Insurance Premium Payment Program) For a free download of the HIPP information from the State of California Department of Health Services, or to find out if your employee qualifies for the program, click on this link for more information.

OSHA/CalOSHA

Workforce Investment Boards

For over a decade, CEA has partnered with numerous Workforce Investment Boards throughout the State providing occupational training, job seeker bootcamps and career forums. To see our involvement, click here.

The strategies and vision of the California Workforce Investment Boards are carried out through a network of One-Stop Career Centers which offer businesses, job seekers and youth with innovative employment and training services. More information is available through America's Job Centers (One Stop Career Centers).


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