Le Boulanger Catering
Restaurants, Cafes & Catering
Le Boulanger, Inc. is now one of few remaining family-owned and operated businesses. It started on the principles of a family baking tradition, and became the Bay Area’s premier bread bakery! Le Boulanger proudly serves award winning bread and fresh pastries through their bay area cafes or can be delivered directly to your business or event through catering. Also serving restaurants as a wholesale bread provider for over 35 years.
We want to be the best part of your day! Order catering on our website or speak with our team (408)523-9818.
We have been delivering our fresh baked breads to your favorite restaurants and stadiums for decades! We want to bring quality bread delivered fresh daily with generous cut off times to your guests! Set up your Wholesale account today!
Also offering a rewarding Loyalty program at all of our cafes. Tired of complicated Rewards programs? Join Our rewards program and for every coffee, entree, or loaf of bread receive points you can track on each receipt.
We have been delivering our fresh baked breads to your favorite restaurants and stadiums for years! Set up your Wholesale account today!
New Law for Employers
The full text of the FFCRA can be found here.
The FFCRA is a new federal law that requires employers with fewer than 500 employees to provide two new paid leave benefits for eligible employees affected by the COVID-19 virus in 2020. This applies only to those employees (not already laid off) who are home sick. The leave requirements generally provide paid sick time or paid leave under certain circumstances (as described more fully in the notice poster, link #4, below). The FFCRA also provides tax credits that may help employers provide the paid leave benefits.
The FFCRA helps the U.S. combat workplace effects of COVID-19 by reimbursing American private employers that have fewer than 500 employees with tax credits for the cost of providing employees with paid leave, taken for specified reasons related to COVID-19. The law enables employers to keep workers (who are home sick with COVID-19 related illness and therefore unable to work, even remotely) on their payrolls, while at the same time ensuring that workers are not forced to choose between their paychecks and the public health measures needed to combat the virus. The Departmnt's Wage and Hour Division administers the paid leave portions of the FFCRA.
If an employer has fewer than 50 employees and providing the paid leave benefits would jeopardize the viability of the business as a going concern, the small business exemption may apply. Employers who believe they qualify for the exemption should document why the business meets the exemption criteria unless and until the Department of Labor issues additional guidance on claiming the exemption.
Effective April 1, 2020, employers are required to properly notify their employees of the new FFCRA leave benefits and implement the requirements.
Below are links to important resources that contain compliant employee notices, guidance, and recommendations for employers subject to the FFCRA.
- Department of Labor: COVID-19 and the American Workplace
- Fact Sheet: FFCRA – Employee Paid Leave Rights (in English)
- Fact Sheet: FFCRA – Employer Paid Leave Requirements (in English)
- Compliant FFCRA notice poster for private-sector employees (in English)
- Department of Labor FAQ for the FFCRA employee notice poster
courtesy of Montgomery & Hansen, LLP