California and Federal Leave Laws
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California and Federal Leave Laws


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address their health matters as well as those of their family members. According to Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) that President Clinton signed to become law in 1993, workers who go on leave do not get their pay for that period but this Law secures their jobs. Most of people do not apply for a family leave to avoid deductions from their salary. Since federal rules are discriminative, California State came up with its state law on employee leave to enhance the Federal FMLA and to address the leave issues that the state felt were left out. Some of these laws do not offer protection for the jobs but one can apply for a leave in conjunction with FMLA. The present paper d to be given up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave from their place of work to deal with health of their family members, their

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