California: Home Health Care Service – Now & Then
Now that SB 863 is in effect, massive changes have taken place with regard to the authorization of home health care services. Therefore, it is important to understand the history behind the concept of home health care services as medical treatment (MT) pursuant to Labor Code Section 4600.
California Labor Commissioner Prevails in Misclassification Case Against Port Trucking Company
Long Beach, CA (WorkersCompensation.com) – California Labor Commissioner Julie A. Su won a California Superior Court trial yesterday when the court ruled that Port of Long Beach truck drivers working for Seacon Logix, Inc. were employees and not independent contractors.
Immigration bus tour starts rolling through California
As a bipartisan U.S. Senate group looks at comprehensive immigration reform, advocates in the Golden State are mobilizing.
Wells Fargo Introduces National Health & Productivity Practice
The group, which is part of the company’s national employee benefits practice, is designed to provide customers access to health and wellness solutions that are aligned with healthcare reform and changing workforce demographics.
We have a right to know what we are eating. Sign the GE pledge.
The movement to label genetically engineered (GE) food is growing.