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[IWS] MORE CITIES TO REQUIRE PAID SICK LEAVE [5 September 2014]

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MORE CITIES TO REQUIRE PAID SICK LEAVE [5 September 2014]

http://hrlaws.services.xerox.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2014/09/hrc_fyi_2014-09-05.pdf

[full-text, 3 pages]

 

[excerpt]

Eugene, Oregon and San Diego, California are the latest to join a growing list of cities that have

enacted laws requiring employers to provide paid sick leave. The laws share many common

characteristics, but local variations can complicate employers’ leave and attendance policies

and their administration. As the expanding patchwork of leave laws creates new compliance

challenges, employers need to factor mandatory paid sick leave into their overall compliance

strategies.

 

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