The California Legislature approved a measure today that will require all employers with more than 25 employees to provide COVID-19 related sick leave in 2021. The legislation will be effective 10 days after Governor Newsom signs it, which we expect to happen within the next day or so. Click here to read the legislation. Click here to listen to Jen’s Vlog. Stay tuned for an updated blog post, and join us for next week’s “Wake up Wednesday with Jen” for a detailed discussion. Register here.
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