by David G. Ritchie on July 14, 2015
Employee Benefits, Sick Leave,
Governor Brown, on July 13 signed AB 304 into law thereby amending the Healthy Workplaces Healthy Families Act (the California Paid Sick Leave law). The changes address needed clarifications in the original text of the law and implement some significant changes. These are immediately effective as the law contains an urgency clause.
The Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act requires employers to provide a limited amount of paid sick leave for most employees in California. Our earlier post that provides details of the original Act can be read here.
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by David G. Ritchie on September 30, 2014
Employee Benefits, Employment Law, Sick Leave,
The Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act of 2014 creates a requirement for all employers to provide paid sick days for all employees. After July 1, 2015 any employee who works in California for 30 or more days within one year accrues sick leave at a rate no less than one hour for each 30 hours worked and is entitled to use the accrued sick days starting with their 90th day of employment. The accrual rate is equivalent to 8-2/3 days per year. The use of paid sick days can be limited to 24 hours in any one year of employment. This includes temporary workers and part-time employees that ... Continue Reading
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