The 10 Most Frequently Asked HR Questions

Employee Time Out of the Office: If your office is open four days per week, you can require that employees schedule their discretionary appointments (haircuts, dental checkups, veterinary visits) for their off day and not during regular work hours. The federal and state employment laws do not restrict this policy when it comes to these non-emergency types of appointments. But, exceptions must be made for emergency appointments for the employee or a family member. Alternative...Read More

California Employee Paid Sick Leave

In 2015, California began requiring employers to provide paid sick leave to employees. California’s sick pay rules require employers to allow employees to accrue one hour of sick time for every thirty hours worked.  Employers can limit employees from taking more than 24-hours of sick time per year. In San Diego, employers are required to offer employees 40 hours of paid sick leave per year. The employer may choose to provide a lump sum of paid sick time at the beginning of the year or...Read More
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