Paid Sick Leave State and Local Laws Chart: Overview | Practical Law

Paid Sick Leave State and Local Laws Chart: Overview | Practical Law

At-a-glance charts summarizing private employers' obligations under state and local law to provide paid sick leave or unspecified paid leave that can be used for any reason including sickness to their employees. This resource covers requirements in all states and key local jurisdictions that have enacted paid leave laws, organized by state. It summarizes key provisions of the laws and ordinances, including employee eligibility, employer coverage, leave accrual and usage, carryover and payout, notice and posting requirements, and penalties for noncompliance. This resource covers private, non-unionized employers. For more on the scope of local law coverage, see Local Law Coverage in Labor & Employment Resources. For more on state leave laws generally, see the Leave Laws: State Q&A Tool and State Employee Leave Toolkit.

Paid Sick Leave State and Local Laws Chart: Overview

Practical Law Practice Note Overview 4-597-3867 (Approx. 181 pages)

Paid Sick Leave State and Local Laws Chart: Overview

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At-a-glance charts summarizing private employers' obligations under state and local law to provide paid sick leave or unspecified paid leave that can be used for any reason including sickness to their employees. This resource covers requirements in all states and key local jurisdictions that have enacted paid leave laws, organized by state. It summarizes key provisions of the laws and ordinances, including employee eligibility, employer coverage, leave accrual and usage, carryover and payout, notice and posting requirements, and penalties for noncompliance. This resource covers private, non-unionized employers. For more on the scope of local law coverage, see Local Law Coverage in Labor & Employment Resources. For more on state leave laws generally, see the Leave Laws: State Q&A Tool and State Employee Leave Toolkit.