When to use the work number in California?
The Work Number is an employment and income verification system utilized by most State of California departments and campuses. Employees at participating departments or campuses can use this system when it is necessary to provide employment or income verification to organizations such as mortgage companies or rental agencies.
What does California law say about out of state employers?
Specifically, Section 925 prohibits the use of contract provisions that apply another state’s law or require adjudication of disputes in another state as a condition of employment for an employee who primarily resides and works in California.
What do I need to know about California employment agreements?
Employers with California employees should review all mandatory employment agreement templates (e.g., offer letters, employment agreements, proprietary information agreements, arbitration agreements, and handbook acknowledgements).
Why are California employers asking employees to work from home?
In response to “stay-at-home” orders issued by Governor Gavin Newsom and various California municipalities to prevent the further spread of the coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) employers have been asking or requiring employees to work from home.
How to file a workers’comp claim in California?
Compensation Claim Form(DWC1/e3301). Note: If you are referring the injured employee to your employer selected physician, then you must provide him or her with the Guide to the State Fund Medical Provider Network for State of California Employees brochure (e13174).
Who is responsible for workers compensation in California?
State Compensation Insurance Fund (State Fund) State Fund administers workers compensation claims on behalf of the State of California, the employer. State Fund makes all liability determinations and ensures that your injured employee receives all benefits that they are lawfully entitled.
What does it mean to be an employer in California?
In California every employer has a legal obligation to provide and maintain a safe and healthful workplace for employees, according to the California Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1973. As of 1991, a written, effective Injury and Illness Prevention (IIP), Program is required for every California employer.
What do you need to know about workplace safety in California?
A. Employers in California are required to have an injury and illness prevention program. The program must include worker training, workplace inspections, and procedures for correcting unsafe conditions promptly. Learn about and participate in your employer’s program and report unsafe conditions to your employer.