The nation’s first law requiring employers to provide workers with paid sick leave is achieving most of its goals, but foodservice employers were among those struggling the most to adapt, according to a recent report.
 According to a study released in February by the nonprofit Institute for Women’s Policy Research, or IWPR, of Washington, D.C., more than one in three hospitality employers surveyed were not in compliance with the San Francisco law. Still, the study concluded that ...

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