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  • Restroom policy in the workplace in CA. California

    Is there any type of law or regulation on employers having an operational restroom for their employees to use? My Fiancee works for a company with a very shady owner and occasionally the water is shut off, other restrooms clear across the 130K+ sq. ft. building were functional before, but this time none of the restrooms can be used for the whole day and maybe tomorrow. To top that off she is 6 mo. pregnant so she has to use the restroom often. Aside from telling her to tell her boss she will leave the premises to use a restroom somewhere wihtout clocking out is there anything else that can be done? Doesn't th employer have to provide some type of restrooms, especially when there are 100+ employees? Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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    The above answer, whatever it is, assumes that no legally binding and enforceable contract or CBA says otherwise. If it does, then the terms of the contract or CBA apply.

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