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COVID-19 and State Updates

COVID-19 and State Updates

U.S. Federal Updates Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) The CDC published updated COVID-19 FAQs on June 11, 2021. U.S. State Updates California Los Angeles County...

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COVID-19 and State Updates

COVID-19 and State Updates

U.S. Federal Updates Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) We’ve all been waiting with bated breath for another update to the EEOC’s “What You Should Know About COVID-19...

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COVID-19 and State Updates

COVID-19 and State Updates

U.S. State Updates California Los Angeles County A new ordinance is on the books in Los Angeles County. The Board of Supervisors enacted an urgency ordinance that requires...

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Insights and Events

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Upcoming 2021 Changes to Federal, State, and Municipal Laws Related to Absence Management in the US

As we approach the new year, many of the laws we have been discussing will take effect. Our commitment to our partners is to ensure that you have a solid understanding of leave of absence laws and state wage replacement benefits so that you can act and implement 2021 changes with minimal disruption to your organization.

Transitioning the Business Model During a Global Pandemic: A New Normal

When the coronavirus pandemic hit in early 2020, organizations across the world were challenged to transition into a new way of doing business. The Centers of Disease Control (CDC), federal, state and local agencies issued many protective measures over the course of the year. Organizations were challenged with staying in compliance with ever-changing guidelines, while ensuring the safety of their employees and maintaining the productivity and profitability of their businesses.

The Larkin Company (Larkin) was no exception.

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Creating ‘A More Perfect Union’: Closing the Inequality Gap in the Workforce

In an ideal world, we live in a utopian society where everyone is equal irrespective of race, economic status, religion, culture, or gender. We strive to build a society where everyone has equal access to education, financial mobility, and mutual respect. Although, we have come a long way as a collective and progressive society, the path before us remains long. Today, during these turbulent times, we are reminded of how much more progress is truly needed to create ‘a more perfect union’.