A. General- Labor Code 246
B. Supplemental Sick Leave for Food Service
The order was enacted to fill a “gap” left by the Federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which applies solely to employers with fewer than 500 employees. This order allows up to 80 hours of “COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave” to certain food service workers.
- Works in an industry or occupation defined in IWC Wage Orders 3 section 2(b) (Canning, Freezing, Preserving), 8 section 2(h) (Industries Handling Products After Harvest) or , 13 section 2(h) (Industries Preparing Agricultural Products for Market, on the Farm) or 14 section 2(d) (Employed in an agricultural occupation)
- Works for an entity that operates a food facility, as defined in Health and Safety Code Section 113789 (a)-(b). Generally, that means an operation that stores, prepares, packages, serves, vends, or otherwise provides food for human consumption at the retail level.
- Or Delivers food for that type of facility.
- Worker subject to Federal, State, or local quarantine or isolation order related to Covid-19; or,
- Worker Advised by a health care provider to self-quarantine or self-isolate due to concerns related to Covid-19; or,
- Worker prohibited from working y the hiring entity due to health concerns related to Covid-19
C. FFCRA- Emergency 2 weeks Paid
- Subject to a quarantine or isolation order (Health related, not merely a shelter in place) 100% of regular pay rate up to $511 per day or $5100 overall; or,
- Advised by a health care provider to self-quarantine; or, 100% of regular pay rate up to $511 per day or $5100 overall; or,
- Has symptoms of Covid-19 and is seeking a diagnosis 100% of regular pay rate up to $511 per day or $5100 overall; or, d) Employee is caring for an individual subject to quarantine, isolation or advised to self-quar antine. 100% of regular pay rate up to $200 per day or $2000 overall; or,
- Caring for a child whose school or care provider is closed or unavailable due to Covid-19. 2/3 of regular pay rate up to $200 per day.
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