No Time to be Sick: Why Everyone Suffers When Workers Don't Have Paid Sick Leave

@inproceedings{Lovell2004NoTT,
  title={No Time to be Sick: Why Everyone Suffers When Workers Don't Have Paid Sick Leave},
  author={Vicky Lovell},
  year={2004}
}
Paid sick leave gives workers an opportunity to regain their health, return to full productivity at work, and avoid spreading disease to their co-workers, all of which reduces employers’ overall absence expense. When used to care for sick children, it helps kids get well faster and reduces job turnover. Workers who care for adult relatives, including the elderly, need paid sick leave to take care of their loved ones’ chronic and acute medical problems. However, new analysis of data collected by… CONTINUE READING

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