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Attention Employers: Three New California Employment Bills Signed Into Law

California Mandates Paid Sick Law Until now, California law did not require employers to give employees time off when they or their family members got sick. Assembly Bill 1522, signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown on September 9, 2014, mandates employers give employees paid sick leave. Employers must provide all employees, including non-exempt, exempt, part-time and temporary employees, sick leave for the diagnosis, care, or treatment of an existing health condition of, or preventive care for, employees and/or employees’ family members (child, parent, spouse, registered domestic partner, grandparent, grandchild, or sibling). Employers must provide a minimum of three days or 24 hours of p

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