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What California Employers Need to Know About Marijuana As both medical and recreational marijuana use becomes more widely accepted throughout the state, California employers need to check to ensure their policies are violating their employees’ rights. The Adult Use of Marijuana Act (Prop 64) was voted into law on November 8, 2016, effectively legalizing recreational marijuana use throughout the entire state. However, the […] continue reading this post


Work Safety Regulations You’re Probably Violating Hazards exist in every workplace, regardless of the industry. Just 50 years ago, over 14,000 workers were dying on the job each year and disabling work injuries were at their highest rate ever. In response, President Richard M. Nixon signed The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 which established three permanent federal agencies: the […] continue reading this post


Top 7 Emergencies That Affect CA Businesses Emergencies and disasters can have a dramatic impact on a business’s infrastructure, when they are natural, manmade, big or small. Not properly planning for any type of emergency can affect profitability, employee safety and can ultimately impact an organization’s ability to recover and reopen. In fact, an astounding 40% of small businesses are unable to […] continue reading this post


CA Safety and Workers Comp Violations Can Prove Costly Workers’ compensation insurance is an essential responsibility for employers. This type of coverage is not optional in the state of California; All private-sector employers operating within the state are responsible for providing workers’ comp insurance, even if they have only one employee. If an employee gets hurt or sick because of work, the employer is […] continue reading this post


4 Key Workplace Safety Concerns You don’t have to work around heavy machinery or volatile materials in order to be surrounded by workplace safety concerns. Every type of job comes with hazards and employers have to work to alleviate them for the safety of their employees and to be in compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) standards. […] continue reading this post