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Crain’s: Sick-leave bill finalized

twitter-logoChris Bragg, reporter for Crain’s New York Business and blogger for Crain’s Insider, posted the following story on the City Council bill that would mandate five paid six days to full-time employees for businesses with 20 or more employees, Crain's New York Business logoa measure strongly opposed by business groups in New York City.

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Click here to read a statement released by the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce outlining its objections to the paid sick-leave measure.

Crain’s: Biz scrambles to weaken sick leave

 

Nancy Ploeger, President of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce
Nancy Ploeger, President of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce

Nancy Ploeger, president of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, is working with many business groups to weaken the paid-sick leave legislation that is making its way through the City Council. Crain’s New York Business reporter, Chris Bragg, spoke with Ploeger for the Crain’s Insider blog. He details her objections to the bill which are echoed by the five borough chambers.

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