Paid Sick Leave California Provisions Becoming Law on July 1st

Some provisions that did not become law in January, become law JULY 1st.  

The July 1st provisions pertain to posted notices and information on or accompanied with paycheck stubs.

The highlights are as follows:

Almost all employees fall under the provisions.  Employees covered by collective bargaining agreements that offer equal or better sick leave do not.

Employers need to front load leave or allow for leave accrual.  There are pros and cons to either approach.  Once an employer makes a decision as to how to proceed, she should follow the California Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) guidelines in order to comply with the law.

Here is a brief list of some compliance measures from Time- Standard Business:

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