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California law requires private employers with 25 or more employees to reasonably help their employees who have a problem with illiteracy.

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  • Frequently Asked Questions:
    Who does the law apply to?
    Is an employee entitled to paid time off to attend literacy classes?
    When must employee assistance be provided?
    Must employees be notified of their rights?
    What if an employee says they are illiterate?
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