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Legally Sick

25 January 2007

Los Angeles Daily Journal
Employment lawyers have long advised their clients that no state or federal law required employers to provide paid vacation or sick leave to California-based employees. If employers voluntarily chose to provide such leave, they had to abide by laws regulating the administration of the benefits, but no law required paid leave in the first instance.
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