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January 1 Deadline to Notify Your Employees of California Paid Sick Leave Law (PDF)
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[Guidance Overview]
Dec. 24, 2014
"Employers must display a poster regarding the paid sick leave requirement in a conspicuous place at each workplace of the employer (the state has provided a model poster). While the California mandate does not limit itself to employees whose primary workplace is in the state, it seems reasonable for an employer to display the poster only at its California locations. Employers must provide new employees (other than those exempt from California's overtime pay requirements) written notice of their paid sick leave rights at time of hire (the state has provided a model notice). These notice requirements apply Jan. 1 even though the requirement to provide paid leave does not become effective until July 1, 2015."

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