CDF Partner Mark S. Spring was recently quoted in the HR Dive: Human Resources and Workforce Management News article "California Employers Facing Tight Safety Rules Need To Get Comfortable - Employers in the state and elsewhere struggle to keep pace with ever-evolving guidelines for protecting staff."
"Just a few weeks after California's Division of Occupational Safety and Health, also known as Cal/OSHA, loosened its emergency temporary standards, regions of the state resumed stricter masking and social distancing guidelines. Those moves come as the U.S. is arguably on the verge of a fourth wave of the pandemic.
LA County, for example, put back a mandatory mask requirement for workplaces, said Mark S. Spring, office managing partner of CDF Labor Law and chair of the firm’s traditional labor law practice group. "The one thing that is a constant is change. Whatever is in place now is likely to change again within 90 days."
Still, even with an increase in cases, Silver predicted that state guidelines will not change until after the recall election for Gov. Gavin Newsom takes place Sept. 14."
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