Still no decision on paid sick leave


| pdavis@queenscourier.com

Supporters and opponents of the controversial paid sick leave legislation continue to make their final pleas to City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, who will ultimately determine the fate of the proposed legislation. Quinn has not taken a position on the bill, which was introduced in March of this year and currently mandates that employers provide […]

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Still no decision on paid sick leave


| pdavis@queenscourier.com

Supporters and opponents of the controversial paid sick leave legislation continue to make their final pleas to City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, who will ultimately determine the fate of the proposed legislation. Quinn has not taken a position on the bill, which was introduced in March of this year and currently mandates that employers provide […]

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Paid Sick Leave Bill is Wrong


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While New York City businesses of every size support the rights of workers to stay home without fear of retribution if they are sick, they continue to be very concerned with many aspects of the Paid Sick Leave Bill currently before the New York City Council. Business owners share grave concerns with many aspects of […]

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Paid sick leave bill worries biz


| pdavis@queenscourier.com

City Council leadership is expected to decide soon on whether to go ahead with a controversial paid sick leave bill that is pitting many of the city’s business leaders against their workers. The controversial bill, which was introduced in March of this year, currently mandates that employers provide five days of sick time at firms […]

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Mandated Paid Sick Leave


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The New York City Council is gearing up to vote on legislation that would mandate private employers across the city to provide employees with up to nine days of paid sick leave. It has the support of 38 members of the City Council, which, even if the Mayor should veto the bill, will still ensure […]

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