Tuesday, May 5, 2015

UPDATED: City of Philadelphia Reveals Earned Sick Days Poster

The Managing Director's Office has just released the paid sick days poster that must be shown at all workplaces in the city of Philadelphia beginning on May 13, 2015. You can download your copy here.

You can also download more materials about the earned sick days law from our Coalition FAQ page.

If you have questions about earned sick days, contact the coalition at earnedsickdays@gmail.com or contact the city at paidsickleave@phila.gov.

UPDATE: The city has now released the poster in five more languages:


UPDATE 2: All languages are now posted in one PDF - http://www.phila.gov/MDO/Documents/Paid%20Sick%20Leave%20Posters%20-%20All%20Languages.pdf

For all information provided by the Coalition, please keep in mind that this information is correct to the best of our knowledge, but it is not exhaustive and should not be taken as legal advice. It is possible that additional provisions or rules from the law, not described here, may apply to your specific circumstances. The City of Philadelphia is responsible for regulating and enforcing this law, and will make final decisions on its interpretation.

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