Thursday, December 1, 2022

New CalChamber White Paper on Paid Sick Leave

Even though California’s Paid Sick Leave (PSL) law took effect last year, California employers continue to be confused on how to comply with the new law, especially when the law was amended a few weeks after the July 1, 2015, start date.

California Chamber of Commerce employment law counsel prepared a white paper, 10 Things You Might Not Know About California’s Paid Sick Leave Law, focusing on areas of the law employers may have overlooked or are perplexed by.

Learn about:

• How to cap employee accruals;

• How PSL can be used;

• Whether you can require a doctor’s note; and

• Other practical tips.

10 Things You Might Not Know About California’s Paid Sick Leave Law is available for CalChamber members and nonmembers to download at HRCalifornia.com.

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The California Chamber of Commerce is the largest, broad-based business advocate to government in California, working at the state and federal levels to influence government actions affecting all California business. As a not-for-profit, we leverage our front-line knowledge of laws and regulations to provide affordable and easy-to-use compliance products and services.

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