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25 Jan 2016
Employment law
In March 2011, a movement began in California with increased employment rights of domestic employees - housekeepers, nannies and personal attendants. Now, more than two and half years later, Governor Jerry Brown signed AB 241 into law.

Employment law
The newest law, also known as the Domestic Workers' Bill, was reintroduced by Assemblyman Tom Ammiano (D-San Francisco) after it was defeated within the California state legislature a year ago. California is only the second state within the Union to pass through legislation of this kind, following The big apple that passed their own sort of the check in 2010.

Domestic workers include people who are employed by an exclusive household, or by a company in the health care industry,...