CA Employers with 500+ Employees Must Provide Supplementary COVID-19 Paid Sick Leave to Employees

California private employers with 500 or more U.S. employees are now required to provide supplemental paid sick leave to its California employees for specified reasons related to COVID-19. AB 1867 took effect September 19, 2020, and is intended to provide sick leave coverage for employees excluded from the protections of the federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”). However, its short notice for compliance has caught many California employers off guard. 


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