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Employee Handbook Updates Required for 2021

Question: We haven’t updated our Employee Handbook for a few years.  Do we need to update it for 2021? Answer:  Yes, there are several new laws that require employers of all sizes to update their employee handbook.  The new laws and required updates include: Expanded Leave Rights. Employers with 5-49 employees must adopt and implement a new California…

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