Concerns grow over new initiatives mandating paid time off for illness
In an online video entitled “Contagion: Not just a Movie,” a New York restaurant cook identified only as Amador talks about having to go to work ill because his employers didn’t offer paid sick leave and he couldn’t afford to stay at home. “I went to work with a 104-degree fever, with lots of congestion, preparing and possibly contaminating the food diners would eat,” Amador said. “But I had to do it.” The video, created by advocacy group ...
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