Bill would force many restaurateurs to grant employees up to nine paid sick days
The New York State Restaurant Association applauded New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and City Council Speaker Christine Quinn for opposing the city’s pending paid sick leave bill. Quinn said Thursday she opposed the bill because of its potential to hurt small business. Bloomberg has come out against the measure as well. “We are grateful to both Mayor Bloomberg and Speaker Quinn, who recognize that in the worst economic climate since the Great Depression, it is not the time ...
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