Call it a pandemic of sorts. Paid-sick-leave initiatives are breaking out nationwide, with the state of Connecticut and the city of Seattle becoming the latest jurisdictions to join San Francisco and Washington, D.C., in mandating paid leave for full- and part-time employees. Meanwhile, a number of other cities and states are considering such measures, which would guarantee pay to employees forced to miss work because of illness. Beginning on page 1 and continuing in the Business Intel ...

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