COVID-19 is a Work-Related Injury: What Growers Need to Know About the Workers' Compensation Executive Order

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COVID-19 is a Work-Related Injury:

What Growers Need to Know About the Workers' Compensation Executive Order

 

Friday, June 5 | 10am - 11am

Digital Seminar via Zoom - NVG Members Only

 

Earlier this month, Governor Newsom signed Executive Order  N-62-20, dictating that if an employee contracts COVID-19, it is legally presumed to be a work-related injury. In such cases, the state requires employers to pay workers’ compensation.

 Learn more about the legal reach of this order, its retroactive status, and how it may impact your vineyard operations while in effect.

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 *Please note, this is an online webinar via Zoom.  Accessing it from a desktop computer is recommended.  Upon verification of membership, you will receive an email confirmation with the link to enter the webinar.

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