Skip to comments.De Blasio to expand paid sick days law in NYC
Posted on 01/16/2014 7:58:45 PM PST by Olog-hai
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio will be announcing a significant expansion of a law that requires employers to give employees paid sick days. [ ]
Under the current law, businesses with 20 or more employees must provide five sick days.
The new law is expected to require that businesses with five or more employees provide the five sick days.
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he will limit them to 250 days a year or something
Job destruction guaranteed!!
> Job destruction guaranteed!!
I think that’s the goal and I don’t think they’re aware that they’ve just about run out of other people’s money
And the King decreed.......
If its that important to humanity, why the five employee cutoff? “We could do four, sir, but that might impact economic activity.”
Typical Marxist Democrat. They’re “for the working man” except the guy working to keep his own business.
“Job destruction guaranteed!!”
Small businesses must be destroyed!
Between ObamaCare and now this idiot, more can enter the unemployment line.
Goodbye New York.
Why not all companies with at least one person? Require those sole proprietor cheapskates to pay themselves sick time!
de Blasio is so far left, he’s coming around again.
Sit back and watch him hatch schemes designed to destroy what’s left of NYC.
Well, yet another reason for realistic business leaders to depart—before DeBlasio begins to charge an “exit tax”.
and with that small a number of workers, you can't afford anyone to be sick let alone pay them to stay home and be sick....its just life...
5 sick days and $15 an hour for the small shop.
Sounds like a plan...
This is gonna go over like a fart in church.
He still has to get his policies through the city counsel, doesn’t he...oh wait...never mind...
NYC is being run by a communist mental case.
When does he start the executions by firing squad?
I wonder how long until he makes the big push for a high min wage?
Pass the Popcorn!
NY has produced a TV commercial which entices businesses to move to NY by not having to pay taxes for ten years; something like that. But this policy weakens the incentive of the tax break imo.
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