Employers in the State of California are now legally obligated to provide paid sick leave to all employees who work 30 or more days in a year.
This is a generous benefit for the almost 6.5 million Californian employees who were previously unable to take paid time off when they, or someone in their care, became sick. However, it adds an additional and costly burden on employers regardless of how generous their own policies may already be.
In this guide, we'll cover a variety of California paid sick leave law topics, including:
Overview of AB 1522
What does the law do?
How the law will impact your business
AB 1522 policies and procedures
Recent changes to the original law
Download our free guide to California Paid Sick Leave Law today and get caught up on the information you need to make sure your business is in compliance with all the relevant and updated laws.