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  • 1.  SPSL California SB95

    Posted 03-29-2021 17:32
    California Staffers, interested to hear how you are addressing sb95 with your clients?  Are you billing clients fully, partially, not at all? Have you increased bill rates to accommodate? How have you handled with active/current client base? 

    And for the associates, are you requiring proof of a vaccine appointment? Have you or do you intend to issue a communication to explain why these hours have suddenly popped up on their paychecks? Are you restricting the number of hours claimed for an appointment? 

    Any/all comments most welcome...HELP!
    Pauline

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    Pauline Gourdie
    CEO
    CSL Staffing
    Escondido CA
    (760) 546-4001
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  • 2.  RE: SPSL California SB95

    Posted 03-30-2021 08:10
    Pauline - I hope this gives some clarification:

    https://4b9a2736-c561-46cf-8b14-40e450a0e66a.filesusr.com/ugd/30b09f_cabb197742774f9e8d745a648309598f.pdf


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    Michael Bartels
    Chief Development Officer
    Becker LLC
    New York NY
    (973) 251-8905
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  • 3.  RE: SPSL California SB95

    Posted 03-30-2021 12:04
    Thank you Michael, I am keenly aware of the legal requirements. My question (albeit perhaps not clear) was asking other staffing agency leaders who they were addressing with their client base? Are they assuming the cost, of this additional sick, splitting the cost, or charging the client completely and how have they addressed this in their client agreements. Currently we have assumed the cost of sick leave but with this new ruling passing, would like to hear from other staffers on what they do

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    Pauline Gourdie
    CEO
    CSL Staffing
    Escondido CA
    (760) 546-4001
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  • 4.  RE: SPSL California SB95

    Posted 04-02-2021 19:31
    Hi,

    The SPSL leave should be covered under the new federal American Rescue Plan which extends the FFCRA tax credits also through Sept. 1st, therefore I am choosing to continue to assume the costs in my own agency. There is a good article on the subject here: https://paulplevin.com/blog/new-california-supplemental-paid-sick-leave-law-takes-effect-march-29/

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    Valerie Slatter
    CEO
    Atlas HR & Staffing
    Chico CA
    (530) 777-5570
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