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California Department of Industrial Relations

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Labor Code section 1771.5 authorizes the establishment of Labor Compliance Programs (“LCPs”) to enforce prevailing wage requirements on public works construction projects. LCPs enforce prevailing wage laws on behalf of the public agencies that award public works contracts (known as “awarding bodies”) and serve as an alternative to the traditional enforcement role of the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement. LCPs are required, among other things, to inform contractors about their prevailing wage obligations, to monitor compliance by obtaining and reviewing certified payroll reports, to ...
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Charter status possible for Auburn - Auburn Journal
Councilman Kevin Hanley says a benefit of charter status could be that Auburn wouldn’t have to stick to state-mandated prevailing wage in future volunteer and Auburn-funded projects. Workshops scheduled for January will look into city services and explore the option of charter status for Auburn. At a City Council meeting Monday council members discussed the possibility of adopting a charter law rather than general law status. Charter cities are different from general law cities in that they are not completely regulated by the state legislature, which could save cities hundreds of thousands of dollars in prevailing wage costs, ... market research, surveys and trends

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5.91 percent a year. Spending increased from $51.4 billion in FY 1990-91 to $96.4 ..... see California Department of Industrial Relations, “California ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
DWC The California workers' compensation system
Workers' compensation is the oldest social insurance program; it was adopted in most states, including California, during the second decade of the 20th century. It is a no-fault system, meaning that injured employees need not prove the injury was someone else's fault in order to receive workers' compensation benefits for an on-the-job injury. The workers' compensation system is premised on a trade-off between employees and employers -- employees are supposed to promptly receive the limited statutory workers' compensation benefits for on-the-job injuries, and in return, the limited workers' ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Charter status possible for Auburn
Councilman Kevin Hanley says a benefit of charter status could be that Auburn wouldn’t have to stick to state-mandated prevailing wage in future volunteer and Auburn-funded projects. Workshops scheduled for January will look into city services and explore the option of charter status for Auburn. At a City Council meeting Monday council members discussed the possibility of adopting a charter law rather than general law status. Charter cities are different from general law cities in that they are not completely regulated by the state legislature, which could save cities hundreds of thousands of dollars in prevailing wage costs, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
BOZZI v. NORDSTROM, INC.
Manning & Marder Kass, Ellrod, Ramirez, Kathleen A. Hunt and Patrick L. Hurley for Defendants and Respondents Nordstrom, Inc. and South Bay Center. Danner & Chonoles and Stephen J. Chonoles for Defendant and Respondent Kone Inc. GRIMES, J. In this personal injury lawsuit, plaintiff Katya Bozzi appeals from the grant of summary judgment in favor of defendants Nordstrom, Inc., South Bay Center, LLC (collectively Nordstrom), and Kone, Inc. (Kone). Bozzi was riding the down escalator to the first floor of a Nordstrom department store when the escalator stopped abruptly due to a power outage that was apparently caused by a nearby ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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DEU Form 110. (Rev. 06-05). 1. STATE OF CALIFORNIA. Department of Industrial Relations. Division of Workers' Compensation. DISABILITY EVALUATION UNIT ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Region IX, the State of California, Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA), and the International Association of Foundation Drilling, West Coast Chapter (WCC-ADSC), recognize the value of establishing a collaborative relationship to foster safer and more healthful American workplaces. Federal OSHA Region IX, Cal/OSHA, and the WCC-ADSC hereby form an Alliance to provide ADSC members and others in the foundation drilling industry, including small businesses and non-English or limited English speaking employees, with ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Occupational Safety and Health, California Department of Industrial Relations. It was distributed under the provisions of the Library Distribution Act and ...
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My girlfriend quit her job 2.5 months ago. It took them 2 months to finally mail her final paycheck to her. As I understand the law she is eligable to receive 30 days of compensation since it took them so long to send it to her. My question is: How long does she have to file a complaint? Is there a way to file a complaint without using an attorney? Hello kimmbel-ga, Based on the scenario that you have described, it does appear that your girlfriend?s former employer would be required by California law to pay her 30 days of pay. She should have received her final wages within 72 hours of quitting. The employer is required ...