FREE Webinar — California’s New Paid Sick Leave Law

On Tuesday, September 1, from 2:00 pm –3:00 pm, the Fresno District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is hosting a free training for small businesses to learn about California’s new Paid Sick Leave Law which went into effect July 1, 2015.  This interactive, one hour training will be held via webinar and conference call to make it easy and convenient for you to participate, and will help you:

  • Learn how California’s new Paid Sick Leave Law affects your small business and employees. Effective July 1, most of your employees are entitled to paid sick days.
  • Find out how employees accrue paid sick days, how they can use the leave and what reporting/tracking is required of employers.
  • Get educated about California’s Paid Family Leave (PFL) program including a discussion on what your employees are eligible for and how PFL intersects with the California Family Rights Act and the federal Family Medical Leave Act.

This training is being offered for free, and will include a speaker with Small Business Majority.  We hope you can participate and learn how this new law affects your business, employees, and bottom line.

Please click below to register for this free event.  The webinar access information will be emailed along with your confirmation once you have registered:

Once you have finished the webinar give Payroll Masters a call 707-226-1428. Payroll Masters can handle all of your paid sick leave accruals, pay stub compliance and record keeping/tracking required by state and local jurisdictions. Visit our website to learn more!

Source: SBA

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