Forms of Protected Time Off in California


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What is the minimum amount of time an employee in the State of California has to work in a calendar year in order to start accruing paid sick leave?

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1. Your sister was robbed at gun point last year while you were waiting for her in the car. You witnessed the perpetrator running away after the incident and have been called to testify at trial. Which one of the following types of California protected time is the most appropriate for you to take?

2. What is the maximum amount of paid leave someone can take for purposes of organ donation in California?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet assess what you know about the different types of protected time off in the state of California. You'll review how long you need to work to accrue paid sick leave and specific types of leave guaranteed by the state.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet aims to test what you know about:

  • The minimum amount of time an employee in California needs to work to start earning sick leave
  • Leave you can take if you are a victim of a crime
  • When donating an organ, how much time employees get off in paid leave
  • The number of days offered to reserve military for military duties per year

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - see if you remember how long an employee needs to be working before they can accrue paid sick leave
  • Knowledge application - review what you know about the amount of paid time an employee can take if donating an organ
  • Interpreting information - verify that you read about the California school visitation leave and interpret it correctly

Additional Learning

To find more information about this topic, you can look in the lesson, Forms of Protected Time Off in California. This lesson provides deeper insight into:

  • Benefits of working in California
  • What the Healthy Workplace Healthy Family Act of 2014 required
  • Defining kin care
  • How the California Fair Employment and Housing Act impacts leave
  • What residents are entitled to for voting
  • Instances of unpaid leave