PRESS RELEASEContact: Brooke Sundermier, Champion Management 972.930.9933; email@example.comRaising Cane’s is Now Open and Serving Its ONE LOVE® to ‘Caniacs’ in CoronaPopular chicken finger brand known for unrelenting focus on Crew, Culture and quality chicken finger meals is now open to safely serve Customers through take-out, drive-thru and patio dining CORONA, Calif. (Sept. 22, 2020) – Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers, one of America’s most popular quick-service brands known for its ONE LOVE®
Friday, Governor Gavin Newsom outlined a new tiered-base system to determine the re-opening of businesses. Riverside County currently falls under the widespread category. Retail, shopping centers, malls, hair salons, and barbershops are now able to open with modifications and certain capacity limits. See More In order to advance between tiers, counties must meet the updated metrics for two weeks. There is a 21-day waiting period between tier moves and counties must move one tier at a time. Tier status
Businesses looking to expand should start with getting permission from the property manager, then contacting the City of Corona Planning Department with a site plan showing the property and their temporary outdoor setup with some details and dimensions for review. For setups that are in the sidewalk in front of the suite, they are checking to make sure there is still an unobstructed 4-foot minimum wide pathway for pedestrian/ADA access. For setups in the parking lot, they are checking to make sure that
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Another consequence of COVID: expired documents. If you're hiring a new employee and they have an expired license, can you use this as an acceptable form of identity verification? Learn More
In this episode of The Workplace podcast, CalChamber Executive Vice President and General Counsel Erika Frank and employment law expert Jennifer Shaw discuss what employers should do if an employee tests positive with COVID-19. Learn More
Last Friday, Governor Newsom announced a new playbook to guide employers on how to provide a safe and clean environment for workers and customers to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19. Learn More
Recent scams related to COVID relief programs have been discovered. One is being monitored by the SBA and is related to grants, loans, and phishing for private information. Learn More The second scam is in regards to unemployment insurance. Criminals are filing claims for benefits using names and personal information of persons who have not lost their jobs. Read More
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Riverside University Health System Public Health has released guidance on what to do if an employee is suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19, and what to expect when employees are quarantined or isolated.
This grant-funded program offered by Riverside County helps connect employees with employer partners that are hiring and reimburse 50% of their wages for the first few months. In order to become a partner with this Subsidized Employment Program, the following eligibility criteria must be met by the business: Position offered must be permanent or temp-to-hireMust provide a minimum of 20 hours per weekBusiness must have an Acord Certificate of Liability Insurance with policy minimums If your business is