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Sacramento Attorney Comments on California Paid Family Leave

5.31.19

In the SHRM article “Will California Employees Get More Paid Time Off?” Natalie Fujikawa examines California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s desire to expand the state’s paid family leave program. Under a revised budget plan, California workers could receive up to eight weeks of paid family leave – up from the current level of six weeks. Natalie explains that the governor’s proposal highlights the need for employers to create detailed paid family leave policies.

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