|Update Applicable to:
|All employers who have at least 1 worker perform work in the state of California
|See details below
The California Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) released new guidance clarifying how employers using paid sick leave accrual and caps may transition to the increased amount of 40 hours mandatory Paid Sick Leave.
What are the details?
The FAQs provided by the DIR offer a useful resource for employers to adjust their policies, practices, and procedures more easily, to comply with the increased Paid Sick Leave.
- Review your policies and update them, accordingly, providing paid leave through either the accrued of frontloading method.
- Update your notices to properly comply with the requirements. Be mindful of other city laws, such as San Francisco.
- California Paid Sick Leave Gets an Increase (VensureHR)
- California Labor Agency Posts FAQs Explaining Transition to Increased Paid Sick Leave Requirements (Ogletree Deakins)
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