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CFRA: What Every Calif. Employer Should Know

Law360 (February 17, 2009, 12:00 AM EST) -- U.S. employers have been focused on updating their Family and Medical Leave Act policies as a result of the new and expansive federal FMLA regulations, effective in January, but California employers must also focus on the California-equivalent leave law, the California Family Rights Act and its interplay with the old and new FMLA regulations.

CFRA, which has been in effect since 1993 and covers most California employees who also qualify for FMLA, has many similarities with the FMLA but importantly has its own nuances.

California employers...
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