I've searched the site with no specifically descriptive question. The best generic answer I saw was some idiotically generic comment about McDonalds employees. I'm sure their managers have benefits. Please site either a lack of code or code that supports your answer.
There is no law in California that requires employers to provide full-time employees with any fringe benefits such as paid time off or medical insurance. The providing of any such benefits is up to the discretion of the employer.
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There is nothing in state law that mandates an employer in California provide benefits. Employers are not required to provide most employee benefits, but once an employer decides to do so, he or she must comply with numerous state and federal laws regulating employee benefits programs.
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