Tag Archives: sick leave

Pittsburgh employers: Immediately review your policies concerning the new Paid Sick Days Act

In 2015, the City of Pittsburgh enacted the Paid Sick Days Act (the “Act”), requiring all private employers of full or part-time employees within the City of Pittsburgh to provide paid sick leave benefits as follows: Employers with 15 or more employees must provide workers with up to 40 hours of paid sick time per … Continue Reading

Pittsburgh City Council Passes Mandatory Paid Sick Time Law

Last week, the Pittsburgh City Council passed the Paid Sick Days Act (the Act), which Mayor Bill Peduto is projected to sign into law shortly. The Act is expected to become effective 90 days after the mayor signs it and the city has published all notices, regulations and other associated materials required by law. Although … Continue Reading

California Sick Leave To Go into Effect July 1 – Be Aware of These Common Traps

The California Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act of 2014 (“Healthy Families Act”) is fully effective July 1, 2015, including the significant potential for class-action liability for non-compliance. It is critical that employers ensure that their sick leave policy is current, given the ever-developing legal guidance. We have created a helpful list of common areas of … Continue Reading

UK: Workers required to request holiday whilst on sick leave in order to qualify for holiday pay

UK: The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has provided important clarification on the annual leave entitlement under the Working Time Regulations 1998 (WTR) of workers (including employees) who are off work on long-term sick leave. In the case of Fraser v Southwest London St George’s Mental Health Trust, the EAT has decided that: a worker on … Continue Reading

Workers entitled to postpone annual leave if they fall sick

In Pereda v Madrid Movilidad SA, the European Court of Justice ("ECJ") has decided that where a worker is sick during a period of pre-planned annual leave, annual leave must be granted to him for a different period and if he is prevented from taking it during the current holiday year, he can carry it … Continue Reading
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