|Update Applicable to:
|All employers who have at least 1 worker in the City of San Diego.
|See details below
The City of San Diego Office of Labor Standards (OLSE) issued guidance for employers regarding the state and the city Paid Sick Leave laws.
What are the details?
The OLSE notes on the released guidance areas where either the San Diego ordinance is silent or the states statute is more generous, in which case the state statute must be followed.
- 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, either or both from the state (Amended Paid Sick Leave) and city law.
- The City of San Diego Releases Guidance on Compliance with State and Local Paid Sick Leave (Jackson Lewis P.C.)
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