California SB 1159 Reminder

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As a reminder, SB 1159 requires employers who have had an employee test positive for COVID-19 since July 6, 2020 have until October 30, 2020 to report the following information to their workers’ compensation claims administrator: (1) the date the employee was tested; (2) the address or addresses where the employee worked during the 14-day period prior to testing positive; and (3) the highest number of employees who reported to work at the employee’s specific place of employment in the 45-day period prior to the employee testing positive. Employers should not provide any personally identifiable information regarding an employee who tested positive unless the employee asserts the infection is work related or has filed a claim for workers’ compensation benefits.

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California SB 1159 Reminder As a reminder, SB 1159 requires employers who have had an employee test pos...