EMPLOYERS NEED TO GIVE NOTICE AND POST NEW PAID SICK LEAVE LAWS
A new year brings new laws for California employers. As we discussed in our last blog, the Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Family Act requires employers to provide paid sick leave.
Labor Code section 2810.5 has been amended in 2015 to require employers to provide written information at the time of hire about new paid sick leave entitlements.
Specifically, this law requires that notices must now also include language advising employees of their right to accrues and use paid sick leave, their right to be free from retaliation, and their right to file a complaint.
An employer is also required to display in each workplace of the employer a poster notifying employees of these paid sick leave rights.
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