Thursday, December 07, 2006

DLSE staff to thumb their nose at CMS: issue child work permits without CMS, the public is reportedly pleased with such efficient service

In cities across California, DLSE staff are taking it upon themselves to bypass CMS and are issuing Entertainment Work Permits (DLSE-275) the old-fashioned way: in LESS THAN TWO HOURS. The bosses are not aware of it since no complaints are coming across their desks; besides, there is no DLSE policy that mandates that CMS must be used.
The previous past practice was to issue the DLSE-275 either by hand or using the old 98a system. To this date, there is no formal DLSE policy for issuing the DLSE-275. If there is, then it was never covered at the recent Wage Claim training.


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