Monday, July 27, 2015

필라델피아시에서 병가가 법적인 효력을 갖게되었습니다! (Philadelphia's Earned Sick Days law is now in effect - Korean)

필라델피아시에서 일년에 40시간 이상 일 할 경우 유급 또는 무급 병가를 자신이나 가족을 위해 받을 수 있습니다. 또한 법적으로 직장상사가 병가를 받을 권리를 거부할 수 없습니다.

자세한 내용은 엡사이트를 확인하시길 바랍니다.

병가에 대한 권리 보장은 대단한 발전이며 이를 통해 가족을 위해 직장을 보장받고 또 열심히 일함으로 경제발전에 기여하며 도시를 부흥시키는 계기가 될 것 입니다.

다른  도시에서도 이런 비슷한 법을 통과시켰을 때 많은 일자리가 생겨났습니다. 그래서 필라델피아의 경제 성장에도 기여 할거라 확신하며 우리의 사업에도 많은 유익을 줄 거라 믿습니다.

주변의 친구들에게 이 새로운 권리를 트위터나 페이스북을 통해 많이 알려주길 부탁드립니다.

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Earned Sick Days At Work: Passing the 10 MILLION Mark!

US Navy 050114-N-3659B-050 he Morale Welfare and Recreation Child Development Center on board Naval Support Activity Mid-South in Millington, Tenn., provides daycare servicesJuly 1 marked the day that Massachusetts and California implemented the earned sick days bills that were passed in each state last year. These new bills, along with one passed in Oregon and another in Montgomery County, Maryland, brings the total number of locations with earned sick days to 24! That's 24 states, counties and cities that allow their workers to take care of themselves or a loved one without having to sacrifice income or employment.

And just how many people are now covered, you ask? More than 10,400,000 workers now have access to earned sick days nationwide.

The national effort to secure rights for workers and their families have ensured a higher standard of living for many men, women, and children. But our job is far from over! As special interest groups and lawmakers attempt to stop our progress or even take back gained provisions, please continue to support earned sick days and your communities.

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Monday, June 22, 2015

Días Pagados Por Enfermedad vienen a Filadelfia el 13 de Mayo!

Sneeze in white hankieConoce sus derechos?

El Concejo Municipal aprobó recientemente la legislación diciendo que si usted trabaja* más de 40 horas al año en la ciudad de Filadelfia, usted califica para ganar tiempo por enfermedad para cuidar de usted o su familia.

Si usted trabaja para una empresa con diez o más empleados, usted puede ganar hasta cuarenta horas de tiempo pagado por enfermedad al año.

Si usted trabaja para una empresa con nueve empleados o menos, usted puede ganar hasta cuarenta horas de tiempo por enfermedad no pagado al año.

El proyecto de ley entrará en efecto el 13 de Mayo, 2015.

Si usted apoya esta ley, llame a sus legisladores estatales y dígales que no la revoquen!
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