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California: Domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking victim leave law notice requirement goes into effect

July 1, 2017

On September 14, 2016, Gov. Brown signed a law requiring employers to provide all new employees and employees who so request information explaining the protections provided by the state’s domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking victim leave law. The change to the law requires the Labor Commissioner to publish a notice by July 1, 2017, that can be used by employers to meet their notice requirement . Employers will not be obligated to provide employees notice of their domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking victim leave rights until July 1, 2017, or when the Commissioner has published the notice, whichever is later.

For more information, read CA Assembly Bill 2337.

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July 1, 2017
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