Mandatory paid sick leave could turn into a legal and administrative headache for corporate America, according to employment attorneys.
On Feb. 5, a San Francisco ordinance mandating paid sick leave went into effect. Legislation has been introduced that would give city businesses a four-month grace period before paying for the mandated sick leave.
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