SAN FRANCISCO Restaurateurs and other employers may get more time to comply fully with a new paid sick leave ordinance scheduled to go into effect here Monday. San Franciscovoters had approved the law in the November ballot, making the city the first municipality or public entity to mandate sick pay for workers. The ordinance calls for employees, both full and part-time, to accrue one hour of paid sick leave for every 30 hours worked. Employers with 10 or fewer workers must offer as ...

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