California Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed AB 2337, strengthening the job protections for victims of domestic violence, and ensuring those who work for employers with 25 or more employees are notified of protected time-off rights for domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking, without threat of termination or retaliation. The Bill’s author, Assembly member Autumn Burke (representing the 62nd California Assembly District, including the cities of Inglewood and El Segundo, as well as coastal Los Angeles and L.A. County), proclaimed that “victims of domestic violence shouldn’t have to choose between their job and their safety.”
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