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Paid Sick Leave Began on July 1 for Employees in Massachusetts and California
William Gallagher AssociatesLink to more items from this source
July 23, 2015
"In Massachusetts, employers must now provide all employees with five days of sick leave per year, paid or unpaid depending on the employer's size. California employers, on the other hand, must now provide employees at least three paid sick days per year. Employers that already provide paid time off, vacation, or other leave benefits can potentially use existing policies to meet their new compliance obligations as long as it meets the minimum requirements of the new law."

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