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California Voting Pay

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If an employee's working hours are such that do not have sufficient time outside of work to vote, then the employee must be paid for the time necessary during working hours to go and vote. Implicit in the law is that the employer must give the employee time off to vote if necessary.

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  • Mandatory Employee Rights Notice that Must be Displayed Before Each Statewide Election

  • Frequently Asked Questions:
    Must employees be given time off to vote in an election?
    Must the time-off be paid?
    When must the time-off be provided?
    What notices must be given to employees?
  • Legal Research - Text of pertinent California statutes

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