Senate Bill (SB) 848, scheduled to go into effect on January 1, 2024, requires employers with 5 or more employees to provide employees who have worked for at least 30 days with up to five days of reproductive loss leave.
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While students are enjoying the dog days of summer, California employers may want to review leaves available to parents and caregivers before the school year begins.
Just as there are considerations when employing minors, there are also leave entitlements employers should be aware of when employing parents and caregivers.
Under the Labor Code, “Parent”…