EJC in the News: Why does it take so Long?

The 2008 sick new law’s implementation has been delayed. Courtney Chappell, cites specific evidence that the DoES is dragging its feet deliberately. Chappell suggested that employers don’t want the regulations issued because the mayor then would be required to notify all employers in the District of their sickpay obligations—and workers, she said, would be informed…

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EJC in the News: Many workers unaware of D.C. sick-leave law passed in 2008

In March 2008, the D.C. Council unanimously passed the sick-leave measure, which requires seven paid sick days to be offered at the largest companies and three days for those with 24 or fewer employees. Business leaders successfully fought to narrow the measure to exempt such workers as independent contractors, restaurant wait staff and bartenders, in…

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