Tag Archives: Paid Sick Leave

Paid Sick Leave Requirements Beginning to Resemble a Crazy Quilt of Legislation

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The proliferation of paid sick leave (PSL) laws at state and local levels, with differing and sometimes conflicting provisions, presents compliance challenges for multistate employers.  Last week’s article presented a number of items often addressed in a PSL statute or ordinance.  This week, we offer some general policy considerations to assist employers who are confronted … Continue reading this entry

Paid Sick Leave Requirements Driving you Crazy? You Are Not Alone.

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As we have previously reported, the trend of states and jurisdictions enacting paid sick leave (PSL) requirements continues, posing compliance challenges for multistate employers and employers with employees in a both a city and a state with different PSL requirements.… Continue reading this entry

Paid Sick Leave Laws are Sweeping the Country: Are You in Compliance?

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Paid sick leave, like paid family leave, is one example of an employment law issue where states are acting without waiting for the federal government.  While former President Obama issued an Executive Order establishing paid sick leave for federal contractors, there is no federal law requiring private sector employers to offer paid sick leave.  Because … Continue reading this entry

The Second City Adopts Paid Sick Leave Following Burgeoning National Trend

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Late last month, the Chicago City Council unanimously approved a new paid sick leave ordinance requiring virtually every employer in the city to provide at least some paid time off to employees for sick leave purposes. Cook County’s Board of Commissioners is expected to approve a similar ordinance later this year. Chicago is not forging … Continue reading this entry

Coming Soon to a Federal Contractor Near You: Paid Sick Leave

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On Labor Day, September 7, 2015, President Obama signed Executive Order 13706 – Establishing Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors. The Executive Order requires that certain federal contractors and subcontractors (the same ones subject to the increased minimum wage requirements that became effective last year), provide 1 hour of paid sick leave for every 30 … Continue reading this entry

When Conflicting Obligations Make You Sick: Complying With Sick Leave Laws

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While President Obama’s recent push for a federal paid sick leave mandate for private-sector employees is unlikely to gain traction in the new Congress, employers still begin 2015 facing an intricate web of state and local sick leave laws that are apt to cause employers headaches and confusion. As we have noted previously, sick leave laws … Continue reading this entry

A Fever Over Paid Sick Leave Laws

On the heels of a nasty flu season, the topic of mandating paid sick leave seems more popular than ever. The battle between those who prefer their working and eating environments “sneeze-free” and those who prioritize limiting financial burdens on small businesses is a contentious one this year. Many state and local lawmakers have proposed … Continue reading this entry