Labor Laws for San Francisco Suppliers | Office of Labor Standards Enforcement

Labor Laws for San Francisco Suppliers | Office of Labor Standards Enforcement

Wednesday, December 9, 2020 9:00am to 2:30pm

Join the Office of Labor Standards Enforcement (OLSE) for a live webinar on Wednesday, December 9, 2020 to learn about labor laws for suppliers and/or companies doing business with the City and County of San Francisco.  As a supplier, compliance with these laws is a requirement of your agreement(s).  If you are new to contracting with the City or you would like to review the latest compliance updates, we highly encourage you to attend and ask questions to OLSE’s knowledgeable staff.

Each session will offer best practices and common compliance issues you should avoid. A live question and answer session will conclude each session.  Attend the entire event or come and go as you like for the session(s) you are interested in.  

9:00AM - Session 1
Contracting Labor Laws

Prevailing Wage – Chapter 6
Prevailing Wage – Chapter 21


10:00AM – Session 2
Contracting Labor Laws

Minimum Compensation Ordinance
Health Care Accountability Ordinances


11:00AM – Session 3
Contracting & Citywide Labor Laws

Fair Chance Ordinance
Consideration of Salary History Ordinance


11:30AM – Session 4
Citywide Labor Laws

Minimum Wage Ordinance
Paid Sick Leave Ordinance


12:00PM – Session 5
Citywide Labor Laws

Health Care Security Ordinance


12:30PM – Session 6
Citywide Labor Laws

Family Friendly Ordinance
Lactation in the Workplace Ordinance
Paid Parental Leave Ordinance


1:30PM – Session 7
Citywide & Contractor Laws

Public Health Emergency Leave
COVID-Related Employment Protections
Employee Protections Emergency Ordinances
Health Care Requirements for Specified COVID-Related Contracts Mayoral Directive

How to Join

Simply click on the link to register.   Join us for the entire event or come and go as you like for the trainings you are interested in.  The webinar will be recorded and selected sessions will be available on our website.

More Information

For more information regarding this event, please contact Beverly Popek ( or (415) 554-6238.


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