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<!–:en–>CONNECTICUT STATE ENACTS PAID SICK LEAVE LAW<!–:–><!–:ja–>コネチカット州におけるペイドシックリーブ(有給傷病休暇)訴訟<!–:–>

June 5, 2011

Connecticut has became the first U.S. state to mandate paid sick leave for service workers. The law applies to businesses with 50 or more employees, exempts manufacturing companies and nationally chartered non-profit groups  and covers only service workers who receive an hourly wage such as waiters, cashiers, fast-food cooks, hair stylists, security guards and nursing home aids. The law allows each employee to earn one hour of paid sick time for every 40 hours worked with the number capped at five per year. Presently, similar regulations are pending or about to be introduced in Philadelphia and Seattle. Only San Francisco and Washington, D.C. now require employers to provide sick days to workers. June 5, 2011