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Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault or Stalking Victim Leave Handbook Statement [1-24 Employees]: California

[Company Name] will provide time off to any employee who is a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking so that the employee may obtain or attempt to obtain relief and to help ensure the health, safety or welfare of the employee or the employee's child. "Relief" includes, but is not limited to, a temporary restraining order, restraining order or other injunctive relief. Employees should give the Company reasonable notice of the need for time off, unless advance notice is not feasible. The Company also may require the employee to provide written verification of the need for time off, such as a police report, court order or documentation from a medical professional.

Employees may use accrued paid time off, such as vacation time