San Francisco Requires Large Employers to Provide Paid Leave for COVID-19

On Friday, San Francisco Mayor London Breed signed an emergency ordinance into law that requires large employers to offer up to 80 hours of paid leave for various purposes related to COVID-19.  Unless extended, the emergency ordinance will expire on June 17, 2020. The city's Office of Labor Standards Enforcement web page provides additional information including FAQs and a copy of the poster that employers are required to use to notify employees about the new ordinance.

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