Cal/OSHA Reminds Employers to Protect Outdoor Workers from Heat Illness as Temperatures Rise Across California
- Written by Jizell Lopez
High heat temperatures have officially arrived throughout California. As a result, Cal/OSHA published a news release reminding all employers to protect their outdoor workers from heat illness. The press release is available here. Many areas throughout California have already reached triple digits, which trigger an employer’s obligation to comply with California Heat Illness Prevention guidelines.
UPDATE: Social Security Administration Confirms They Will Take NO ACTION for Employer’s Who Do Not Comply with No-Match Letters
- Written by Michael C. Saqui & Gregory Blueford
As we previously reported, in conjunction with Chris Schulte of CJ Lake, LLC and Rob Roy of Ventura County Agricultural Association, the Social Security Administration (“SSA”) began mailing Educational Correspondence (“EDCOR”) notifications to employers who submit at least one 2018 W-2 with a SSN mismatch or no-match. These notices differed from previous mismatch/no-match letters as they did not include names or SSNs. Instead, employers were only notified that they submitted W-2s with mismatched SSNs and the raw number of W-2 forms the employer submitted that do not match.