Calif. Panel To Review Bill Expanding Family Leave

Law360, San Diego (March 26, 2012, 10:34 PM EDT) -- A California Assembly committee on Wednesday plans to consider a bill seeking to let California workers take unpaid leave to care for sick siblings, grandparents and others, but the legislation already is facing criticism that it places increased burdens on employers.

The Assembly Labor and Employment Committee is set to review A.B. 2039, introduced Feb. 23 by Committee Chair Sandre Swanson, D-Alameda, that aims to stretch the definition of "family" under the California Family Rights Act to allow for employees to take up to 12 weeks...
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