Friday, January 23, 2015

NEW DATE! Join Us on February 3 for the Hearing on Earned Sick Days in City Council!

UPDATED: Due to the snow, the hearing has been moved to February 3 at 11:30 AM.

Do workers deserve Paid Sick Time? YES THEY DO!

Join us February 3 and let your voice be heard on the Earned Sick Time bill, a bill that would affect 120,000 workers in Philadelphia. 40% of Philadelphia workers do not receive earned sick days, and 120,000 people would receive the benefits if this law were to pass.

Council needs to hear from you! Join us to send the message clear and strong, the time for earned sick days is now!

Let us know that you are attending by signing up on Facebook today! https://www.facebook.com/events/1538444993097648/?source=1


¿Piensas que los trabajadores deben recibir tiempo pagado por enfermedad en sus trabajo? CLARO QUE SI!

Únase con nosotros el 3 de febrero para que su voz sea oída en la propuesta de ley para dias de enfermedad pagados, una propuesta ley que afectaría a 120.000 trabajadores en Filadelfia. 40% de los trabajadores de Filadelfia no reciben dias por enfermedad pagado, y 120.000 personas podría recibir los beneficios si esta ley se aprobara.

2015 será el año en que nos convertimos este proyecto en ley.

Y para tener un ley fuerte el Consejal necesita saber de usted! Únase con nosotros para enviar el mensaje claro y fuerte, el tiempo para los días de enfermedad pagados es ahora.

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