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Distribution of "Notice of Employees Rights" for Earned Sick Leave – Deadline May 1, 2014

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On April 1st, New York City’s historic Paid Sick Leave Law went into effect. Under the law, employers must provide sick leave to their employees, allowing them to care for themselves or their families.

I know business owners around the city recognize and embrace that a healthier workforce is good for everyone. My administration, with leadership from the Department of Consumer Affairs, is committed to working with every business across the City of New York to ensure this new law is implemented effectively and fairly. Please visit nyc.gov/PaidSickLeave or call 311 to learn more about the law.

I want to make sure this law works well for you, which is why we are sending this essential information on what the law means for your business:

  1. What Employers Need to Know will help you determine if the law applies to you, which employees are covered, how leave is accrued, and other important information. Information is available in several languages at nyc.gov/PaidSickLeave.
  2. Notice of Employee Rights: By May 1, you must give this notice to existing employees. The notice must be provided in English as well as employees’ primary language, if it is one of the following: Spanish, Chinese, French-Creole, Korean, Italian, and Russian. Arabic and Bengali versions will be available soon at nyc.gov/PaidSickLeave. New employees must receive the Notice of Employee Rights on their first day of employment, which is when they begin to accrue sick leave.

If the Paid Sick Leave Law applies to your business, please be aware of three key dates:

April 1, 2014: Existing employees, who were already working for your business, began accruing sick leave. Employees accrue one (1) hour of sick leave for every 30 hours worked.

May 1, 2014: You must give existing employees the Notice of Employee Rights.

July 30, 2014: Existing employees can begin using accrued sick leave. New employees can begin using accrued sick leave 120 days after their first day of employment.

Please contact 311 (212-NEW-YORK outside NYC) or visit nyc.gov/PaidSickLeave for more information, including the required Notice of Employee Rights and one-page overview in additional languages, FAQs, training events, and access to Live Chat for Businesses. Please check the website for updates. If this law does not apply to your business, but you represent or know businesses that should be aware of the law, please share this vital information.

The City is here to help if you have any questions. Together we can keep businesses strong and keep New Yorkers healthy!

Sincerely,
Mayor Bill de Blasio


For more information, please call 311 or visit nyc.gov/PaidSickLeave.

Para más información, por favor llame al 311 o visite nyc.gov/PaidSickLeave.

如需了解更多信息,请致电311或访问网站 nyc.gov/PaidSickLeave?

Для получения дополнительной информации, пожалуйста, позвоните по телефону 311 или посетите сайт nyc.gov/PaidSickLeave.

상세한 정보를 원하시면 311로 문의하시거나 nyc.gov/PaidSickLeave를 방문해 주시기 바랍니다.

Per ulteriori informazioni vi preghiamo di chiamare 311 o di visitare il seguente sito web nyc.gov/PaidSickLeave.

Pou jwenn plis enfòmasyon, tanpri rele 311 oswa ale nan nyc.gov/PaidSickLeave.

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