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www.dol.gov/general/topic/workhours/sickleave

Currently, there are no federal legal requirements for paid sick leave. For companies subject to the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the Act does require unpaid sick leave. FMLA provides for up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave for certain medical situations for either the employee or a member of the employee's immediate family. In many instances paid leave may be substituted for unpaid FMLA le...

www.thebalancecareers.com/paid-sick-days-1918262

Historically, sick days have been a common perk employers voluntarily provided. There is no federal law requiring employers to offer paid sick leave, but as of 2018, 10 states and the District of Columbia require employers to provide some form of paid time off for employees who are sick.

www.opm.gov/.../fact-sheets/sick-leave-general-information

Sick Leave Accumulation. There is no limitation on the amount of sick leave that can be accumulated. Advanced Sick Leave. At the discretion of the agency, up to a maximum of 240 hours (30 days) of sick leave may be advanced to an employee when required by the exigencies of the situation.

www.thebalancecareers.com/sick-leave-is-an-appreciated...

Traditionally, sick leave is paid time off of work that an organization has voluntarily provided for employees as a benefit.Increasingly, however, in recent years, jurisdictions both state and local, are mandating that employers provide paid sick days.

www.fool.com/careers/2019/01/26/losing-employees-to-sick...

It's that time of the year: Call it winter, flu season, or both, but no matter how you refer to it, now's the time when an increasing number of your valued employees are likely to call out sick ...

www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/Paid_Sick_Leave.htm

This means, in general terms, that if an employee has accrued sick days available, an employer may not deny the employee the right to use those accrued paid sick days, including the right to use paid sick leave for a partial day (e.g., to attend a doctor’s appointment), and may not discipline the employee for doing so.

bizfluent.com/info-8670937-salary-employee-pay-sick-day.html

The “bona fide plan, plan, policy or practice” to which the department refers is the PTO policy. Although this rule permits an employer to deduct pay from a salaried, exempt employee’s pay for a full day; however, employers may not deduct pay for partial day absences for sick pay.

smallbusiness.chron.com/industry-standard-sick-days-73953.html

Although the federal government does not require employers to offer paid sick leave, most companies do have sick leave policies, with 5-10 days per year the average number of paid days. Some ...

www.blr.com/HR-Employment/Benefits-Leave/Sick-Leave

There is no federal law requiring private employers to provide employees with paid sick leave—a short-term salary-continuation program for employees absent because of a non-job-related illness or injury—but most employers do provide it as an important employee benefit. Additionally, a growing ...

www2.illinois.gov/idol/FAQs/Pages/Employee-Sick-Leave-Act...

The Employee Sick Leave Act (Public Act 99-0841) (the “Act”) is a State law requiring employers to allow employees to use at least a portion of the sick leave time that is already available to them, under certain existing employer policies, to care for certain relatives.