The issue of employee leave has challenged businesses in all sectors for years. Whether it is interpreting the parameters of the Family Medical Leave Act or determining an appropriate policy for short-term employee illnesses, finding a fair and responsible absence policy that won’t be abused is a tightrope that management and human resources departments must continually walk.Recently, an activist-driven movement has started taking these decisions out of the workplace and pushing paid sick ...

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