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Representing nearly every region of the country, a total of 35 states have adopted statewide laws or policies—Arizona , California , , , Colorado , Connecticut , , Delaware , Georgia , Hawaii , Illinois , , Indiana , Kansas , Kentucky , Louisiana , Maine , Maryland , Massachusetts , Michigan , Minnesota , , Missouri , Nebraska , Nevada , New Jersey , New Mexico , , New York , North Dakota , Ohio , Oklahoma , Oregon , Pennsylvania , Rhode Island , Tennessee , Utah , Vermont , , Virginia , Washington , and Wisconsin Thirteen states—California, Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Washington—have also mandated the removal of conviction history questions from job applications for private employers, a crucial step toward ensuring that people with records have a fair chance at employment in the majority of jobs.
In addition to these twelve states with private-sector laws, the District of Columbia and 31 cities and counties now extend their fair-chance hiring policies to government contractors. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission EEOC guidance on the use of arrest and conviction records in employment decisions, and others adopt innovative strategies such as targeted hiring. Robust fair-chance hiring laws delay records-related inquiries until after a conditional offer of employment and ensure a fairer decision-making process by requiring employers to consider the job-relatedness of a conviction, time passed, and mitigating circumstances or rehabilitation evidence.
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Tallying up the population of the states and localities that have adopted a fair-chance law or policy, now over million people in the United States—over three-fourths of the U. At an event in Oakland for employers to discuss reentry issues, one business owner spoke to the personal benefit of hiring people with records. Johnson, founder and president of Home of Chicken and Waffles in Oakland.
This resource guide documents the numerous states and localities that have taken steps to remove barriers to employment for qualified workers with records. A chart summarizing all state and local policies nationwide appears at the end of this guide. Looking to support your state and local efforts to enact or strengthen a fair-chance policy? Embedded in the Toolkit is a range of resources to help draft a law, build your network, support your outreach, and even develop your media plan.
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Publications Campaigns Experts About News. Participate in study to evaluate the Dental Transformation Initiative. The July issue of the Journal of the California Dental Association highlights the importance of dental practice safety and risk management. Articles discuss the legal ramifications of practicing unsafe dentistry, the proper choice and use of emergency medications and the use of checklists to improve patient safety. Budget deal makes multiyear commitment to increased provider rates.
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As part of the finalized California state budget, the Legislature and Gov. Gavin Newsom approved a continuation of supplemental Medi-Cal provider rates, including significant dollars for dentists serving Medi-Cal patients. Members can now create a customized employee manual - online.
Now, they can also go online to generate one of the most essential HR tools for every practice — a manual that both informs employees about workplace rules and helps to protect dentists from potential lawsuits. TDIC offers tips to prepare dental practices for wildfire season. As some dental practices in California continue to recover from the devastating effects of the wildfires, The Dentists Insurance Company advises dentists to be prepared for not only the wildfire season but also for the possibility of year-round wildfire threats.
Making sure all practice records, including patient charts and accounts receivable, are backed up often with copies kept in cloud storage or an off-site location is an important step.
CDA established TDSC as a subsidiary solely focused on helping association members reduce overhead, gain control and stay competitive in a dynamic marketplace. CDA clarifies oral irrigants that meet state law. A new law to ensure proper irrigation and disinfection of exposed pulpal tissue went into effect Jan. Scammers posing as DEA agents contact dental offices with demands. Several dentists have notified CDA Practice Support or their local dental societies of two scams targeting their dental practices. The callers tell the dentists they could be arrested if the demands are not met.
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Enjoy wine, music, historic home and vineyards in support of Foundation. Dentists who have hired an out-of-state-trained dental assistant and would like to enable that assistant to become a licensed RDA in California now have a simplified resource to help with that process. The new resource, available at cda.
Risk management considerations for older adult patients. Dental practices welcome patients of all ages, but special considerations are warranted for patients of advanced years.
California Advance Sheet August 2013
Older adult patients — especially those who are medically compromised or have special needs — require extra precautions to ensure they remain safe while receiving the care they need to maintain their oral health. June Student Spotlight. CDA advocates to preserve in-office patient financing through legislation.
CDA is in negotiations on Senate Bill , which was drafted to provide consumer protections on financial products purchased by patients and used to finance various types of health care-related procedures and products, including dental procedures. New requirement for businesses seeking tax ID numbers. Dentists who are purchasing or starting a practice or making a change to their business structure should be aware of a new IRS requirement.
As of May 13, , only individuals with a tax identification number — either a Social Security number or an individual taxpayer identification number — may request an employer identification number. Cost, convenience and confidence drive tdsc. The Dentists Supply Company has now launched in 47 states, offering consistent and competitive supply pricing to tens of thousands of members of organized dentistry.
More shoppers means more savings for practices of every size. And member dentists are enthusiastically sharing how low costs, online convenience and confidence in product quality are making tdsc.
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To stay in compliance with state regulations, practice owners should download the correct California Minimum Wage notice and print the notice and affix it to page 4 of the poster set.