Masks and face coverings have become part of the “new normal” for everyday life since the coronavirus pandemic began.  As worksites continue to reopen across California, public employers have implemented face-covering policies based on recommendations and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Equal Employment Opportunity

On March 18, 2020, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and in an effort to reduce the impact of the virus on American families, the Senate passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (the Act) and President Trump signed the bill into law a few hours later.  The law will go into effect within 15

The Coronavirus/COVID-19 has spread throughout much of the world, including California.  This is a situation that is evolving by the day – oftentimes, by the hour.  We are continuing to monitor this rapidly changing situation.  Below is a list of Coronavirus/COVID-19 updates and bulletins that LCW has recently published.

Public Agencies

Retirement-Sign.jpgThis blog post was authored by Erin Kunze

As the summer season winds down, so do public agency departments that hire seasonal workers to staff summer camps, pools, extended park and recreation hours, and a myriad of season-specific facilities and activities. But, just how do seasonal workers impact the agency’s health and retirement benefit obligations?