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Moving Companies Brace For Possible Record Number Of Holiday Moves

Moving Companies Brace For Possible Record Number Of Holiday Moves

(Ventura County, CA) December 1, 2021 – Between remote work opportunities, rising rent rates, people prioritizing being closer to family, and mass migration out of densely populated areas, 2021 has been an unprecedented year for moving trends. In fact, according to the Neighbor 2020-2021 American Migration Report, more than 20% more people have planned to move […]

California Leads In Jobs Gains, Still Holds Highest Unemployment Rate

California Leads In Jobs Gains, Still Holds Highest Unemployment Rate

by Madison Hirneisen, Center Square Staff Reporter (The Center Square) – California had the largest job gains in October but it can’t shake the highest unemployment rate in the nation, according to an employment report released Friday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The report found that California and Nevada had the highest unemployment rate […]

California Unemployment Claims One-Third Of Nation’s Total

California Unemployment Claims One-Third Of Nation’s Total

By Cole Lauterbach | The Center Square The office of the California Employment Development Department in Sacramento, Calif. (The Center Square) – California added only 47,400 jobs in September, a stubborn statistic that is poking at Gov. Gavin Newsom’s theme of the state “roaring back” from the COVID-19 pandemic. The California Employment Development Department released its […]

California Hospital Accused Of Unlawfully Refusing Exemptions For COVID-19 Vaccines

California Hospital Accused Of Unlawfully Refusing Exemptions For COVID-19 Vaccines

By Bethany Blankley | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Rancho Mirage-based Eisenhower Medical Center is unlawfully refusing religious exemptions and accommodations to its employees for its COVID vaccine mandate, Washington, D.C. based Liberty Counsel said. While EMC said its employees could request exemptions from its mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy using its Vaccine Religious Exemption Form, […]

California Must Keep Public Workers Insured When They Strike

California Must Keep Public Workers Insured When They Strike

By Cole Lauterbach | The Center Square (The Center Square) – A new law forbids any public entity in California from pulling health insurance from a worker who’s walked off the job, something critics say already is a federal protection. Gov. Gavin Newsom signed legislation that codifies organizations such as colleges and universities must keep a […]

San Diego Charter School Teachers To Hold Vote On Whether To Decertify From Union

San Diego Charter School Teachers To Hold Vote On Whether To Decertify From Union

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square Ken Wolter / Shutterstock.com (The Center Square) – After nearly two years of what they said was union-created legal delays, teachers at Gompers Preparatory Academy in San Diego have the opportunity to vote out a union that many didn’t want in the first place. Gompers’ chemistry teacher Kristie Chiscano […]

California Sheriff Says He Won’t Enforce Vaccine Mandates

California Sheriff Says He Won’t Enforce Vaccine Mandates

By Bethany Blankley | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco said he would not enforce a vaccine mandate in his county in the wake of Los Angeles County issuing vaccine mandates and after President Joe Biden issued an executive order directing OSHA to regulate and enforce a vaccine mandate […]

California Has Most Military Members Of Any State Killed In Kabul, Sacramento Native Nicole Gee, Only Woman, Makes Total Of Four

California Has Most Military Members Of Any State Killed In Kabul, Sacramento Native Nicole Gee, Only Woman, Makes Total Of Four

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square  In this photo reviewed by U.S. military officials, a flag flies at half-staff in honor of the U.S. service members and other victims killed in the terrorist attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, at Marine Corps Security Force Company, Friday, Aug. 27, 2021, in Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, Cuba. Alex Brandon […]

California Judge Strikes Down Prop 22; Uber, Lyft To Appeal

California Judge Strikes Down Prop 22; Uber, Lyft To Appeal

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square (The Center Square) – As part of an ongoing battle in California over Assembly Bill 5 (AB5), a law that nearly eliminated independent contract work in the state and continues to be litigated in the courts, a Superior Court judge ruled that two sections of a ballot measure approved […]

California Economy Adds 114,400 Jobs; Unemployment Rate Stays At 7.6%

California Economy Adds 114,400 Jobs; Unemployment Rate Stays At 7.6%

Seth Sandronsky | The Center Square (The Center Square) – The Golden State’s labor market is growing. California employers created 114,400 nonfarm payroll jobs in July versus June’s 73,500 hires, according to the state Employment Development Department. July’s unemployment rate of 7.6% matches June’s downward revised rate of 7.6% and is the lowest rate since March […]

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