Bill Would Require California Employers To Offer Paid Sick Leave to Those Employed at Least 90 Days
On Tuesday, Assembly member Lorena Gonzalez (D-San Diego) introduced a bill (AB 1522) that would require California employers to provide paid sick leave to employees who have been working at the business for at least 90 days. The bill would allow employers to cap sick leave at three days annually.
- "Bill Would Require California Employers To Give Paid Sick Days" (White, "Capitol Alert," Sacramento Bee, 1/21).
- "Legislator Introduces Bill To Guarantee Paid Sick Days" (Mason, "PolitiCal," Los Angeles Times, 1/21).
- "Bill Would Require Paid Sick Leave" (Gardner, U-T San Diego, 1/21).