BOMA California: Board Meeting & Janitorial Regulations

BOMA California held its spring board meeting in San Francisco last Friday, with many memorable moments along the way. BOMA San Francisco hosted the event at the iconic Salesforce Tower, kicking off the festivities 62 floors up with a welcome reception at the top of the building. New regulations regarding janitorial services was discussed. Read more by clicking this article. 

AB 2364 (Rivas; D-Salinas) sets impractical production rate limits for janitorial work, potentially requiring 16 extra staff for large buildings and increasing costs by $100,000 monthly. BOMA California's Senior Director of Government Relations Skyler Wonnacott provided the bill's primary opposition testimony in yesterday's Assembly Labor and Employment Committee Meeting. As anticipated, the bill passed through the committee and will proceed in the legislative process.
AB 2374 (Haney; D-San Francisco) would transform the Displaced Janitor Opportunity Act into a joint liability statute under which any size company becomes liable for the failure of a contractor to comply with the Act. Despite being tagged as a job killer, the bill passed through its second policy committee on Tuesday.
BOMA California has joined a task force of interested parties and like-minded business groups to address the threat that these bills propose. We will keep you informed on this critical issue as it develops.


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