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Monday, October 25, 2021

California COVID-19 supplemental sick leave is coming to an end

The 888 Tower office building, which will be turned into a residential complex, is seen from the main street of the city of Santa Ana, California on November 13, 2020. (John Fredericks / The Epoch Times)

California’s 2021 supplemental leave program, which was implemented earlier this year, is due to expire in September and there is no indication that the order will be extended.

1 Senate March For Senate Bill 955, approved by Governor Gavin News, 226 or more employee companies are required to provide 800 hours of complementary sick leave to their employees affected by the Covid-1 pandemic epidemic.

The bill was reversed until January 1, 2021. Between January and September, the bill was titled “Hourly Hours from a Covered Employee Covid-1 Supplement Supplementary Salary Sick Leave if that employee is either working full time or is assigned to work, on average, at least hours hours per week for the employer. He took sick leave to pay for the Covid-1 supplement. “

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Paid sick leave was granted when workers were unable to work or telework due to the quarantine order, taking care of family members under quarantine, experiencing symptoms of Covid-1 of and experiencing severe vaccine-related side effects.

A spokesman for the Office of Government News told ABC10 that there was no update on whether the program would be expanded, stressing that “California is actively working to prepare for the end of federal benefits this month. By the American Rescue Plan and the California Comeback Plan.”

Alice Sun.

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This News Originally From – The Epoch Times

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