Small business owners spend their days concentrating on their particular specialty, but there's one thing they have in common: they all have to contend with a host of similar workforce issues. Our in-depth fact sheets give detailed information about common workforce issues, such as family medical leave, sick days and retirement. Additionally, we answer frequently asked questions about federal and state legislation and programs that offer publicly-administered access to paid leave and retirement benefits.
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California’s paid sick leave law, which went into effect on July 1, 2015, allows employees to take time off from work to address their health or a family member’s illness without losing a paycheck.
The paid sick leave law in California helps promote a healthy workforce while benefiting small employers’ bottom lines through reduced employee turnover and increased productivity. Additionally, it helps employers take care of their employees in order to retain a loyal and healthy workforce and to attract top talent.
The Maryland Healthy Working Families Act allows employees to take time off from work to addresstheir health or a family member’s illness without losing a paycheck. This document is intended to help answer questions small employers in Maryland might have about the paid sick and safe leave law and its effect on small businesses.
Montgomery County’s (MD) paid sick leave law, which went into effect on October 1, will allow employees to take time off from work to address their health or a family member’s illness without losing a paycheck.
This document is intended to answer questions small employers in Montgomery County might have about the new paid sick leave law.