6 tips to tracking, administering paid sick leave
Keep abreast of regulatory changes.
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Pay close attention to particular classes of employees.
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Consider how unions come into play.
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Keep employees updated on policies.
Understand different “family member” definitions.
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Use technology to track leave policies.
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