SAN FRANCISCO —Already scrambling to comply with a paid-sick-leave ordinance that took effect this month following a citywide spike in the hourly minimum wage to $9.14 in January, operators here also are fighting a municipal mandate for employer-funded universal health care beginning in July. “Not counting the living wage—but between the health ordinances and paid sick leave, they say you can add up to six points onto your payroll ...
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