Accrued time available for first time under expanded paid sick leave law

It’s been 120 days since the law kicked

It’s been 120 days since the law kicked in, requiring employers to provide paid sick days.

Thousands of workers throughout the five boroughs can for the first time start taking time off as part of the city’s expanded paid sick leave law.

The legislation kicked in back in April, and requires working 120 days to accrue time off. Anyone who started working after April 1 must still wait until they've reached that mark.

The law requires employers, including non-profits and small...

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