Paid sick leave is hardly a new issue, but it remains a top concern for restaurant operators, as the list of jurisdictions mandating paid time off continues to grow and more lawmakers consider similar bills. In 2014, New York City and its neighbor across the Hudson River, Jersey City, N.J., will join the lengthening list of U.S. cities offering paid sick leave. That list also includes San Francisco, which passed the country’s first paid sick leave law in 2006; Seattle; Washington, ...

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