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[Video] California 2024: Understanding Accrual & Caps in Paid Sick Leave Laws

February 2nd, 2024 | 1 min. read

By Jason T. Yu

California 2024: Understanding Accrual & Caps in Paid Sick Leave Laws

 

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Preparing for California's 2024 Paid Sick Leave Law Changes

As we approach the implementation of California's 2024 Paid Sick Leave Laws, it's crucial for business owners and HR professionals to understand and prepare for these changes. Our informative webinar, 'Critical Compliance Alert: 2024 Law Updates You Can't Ignore,' offers essential insights into the Paid Sick Leave Accrual and Caps, ensuring your business remains compliant.

Key Insights on Paid Sick Leave Accrual and Caps

Our webinar speaker emphasizes the significance of the "use it or lose it" policy and the necessity for clear accrual caps within your employee handbook. Without specifying these caps, employees might accrue paid sick leave indefinitely, posing legal and financial risks to your organization. California's legislation mandates setting a minimum cap on paid sick leave—either 40 or 56 hours—to prevent excess accrual. This step is critical for compliance with both federal and state laws, highlighting the need for businesses to promptly review and update their handbooks to reflect these changes.

Watch the Webinar for Comprehensive Compliance Guidance

Stay ahead of the 2024 legal changes by watching our full webinar. Gain in-depth knowledge of California's Paid Sick Leave Laws and receive expert advice on amending your policies for full compliance. Act now to ensure your business is well-prepared for these significant updates.


This video is not intended to be exhaustive nor should any discussion or opinions be construed as legal advice. Viewers should contact legal counsel for legal advice.

 
The video is hosted by Robin, an Account Executive for Combined, who has over 15 years of experience in risk mitigation. he explains that compliance simply means following the rules, and that when businesses are out of compliance, they can face costly repercussions.
 
The video is hosted by Robin, an Account Executive for Combined, who has over 15 years of experience in risk mitigation. he explains that compliance simply means following the rules, and that when businesses are out of compliance, they can face costly repercussions.
Do you need help making sure your company is in compliance with all the latest laws? If so, it may be time for a compliance review! In this video, you'll learn what a compliance review is, if you need one, and how this simple assessment can keep your business thriving and safe from compliance concerns now and into the future.
 
The video is hosted by Robin, an Account Executive for Combined, who has over 15 years of experience in risk mitigation. he explains that compliance simply means following the rules, and that when businesses are out of compliance, they can face costly repercussions.