A Dose of Employment Law

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Two Steps Ahead: San Francisco’s Employment Laws

​August 7, 2017 Employers, are you wondering what new employment laws are on the horizon for California? Just look to San Francisco, which has historically been two steps ahead of California when it comes to employment laws. The city has enacted several employment ordinances years prior to California enacting similar state-wide laws. For example, San Francisco’s Paid Sick Leave Ordinance went into effect in February 2007, which was eight years prior to California enacting its paid sick leave law. Below are numerous San Francisco ordinances that every California employer should pay attention to. Copycat Bills The two San Francisco ordinances below are landmark laws for which there are cur

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