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 2019 Completion of Continuing Education

Extension of Deadline to April 30, 2020  

 

The deadline to receive payment, and if due, your signed document attesting to completion of your continuing education and professional assignment requirement, has been extended without penalty to April 30, 2020 due to the COVID-19 health crisis. This deadline has been extended to provide any interpreters who are experiencing financial hardship with additional time to submit their annual fees and/or required documentation.

To avoid suspension and removal from the Judicial Council’s Master List, we must receive your annual renewal fee and/or compliance form by the extended deadline of April 30, 2020. No monetary penalties will be assessed. Please refer to the expiration date on your badge that indicates when you need to submit the compliance form.

For any questions. Please contact: 

Debbie Chong
 

Informational Webinar Regarding Cares Act 

(Click on this link)
“The Two Trillion Dollar ‘CARES ACT'’”
New Benefits for Working People and Their Families 
 

 

 

 

 

Families First Corona Virus Response Act

In and effort to keep our members informed of the changing landscape of wage replacement and paid leaves, we are making this communication from our lawyers immediately available to the membership, since it may be of use in determining if one qualifies for whatever these new federal stimulus packages may offer.

 

LASC Explains Coding for Time and A Half ... Still Some Glitches

CFI received this communication from LASC on March 27, 2020:

Update: Timekeeping (COVID-19)

Pursuant to the side letter agreement the union signed with the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, related to the COVID-19 pandemic, employees will be paid time and a half if they are directed to report to a courthouse to work on-site. The Court does not currently have a payroll code to track the additional half time.  Accordingly, the Court is working with the Auditor-Controller to create a timekeeping code for the payroll event.   Once the new payroll code is approved by the Auditor-Controller, the Court will process the retroactive time. Straight time will continue to be paid.  

We will continue to keep you updated as we hear more from the Auditor-Controller.

 
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