HOLIDAY LIST OF 2017-18 FOR ALL EMPLOEE

HOLIDAY LIST OF 2017-18 FOR ALL EMPLOEE


Voluntary (non-mandatory) leave
Employers also offer many types of employee leave that aren’t required by law, although some may be required by a collective bargaining agreement with a labor union. Non-mandatory types of employee leave include vacation, personal days, holidays, sick leave, maternity leave, paternity leave, adoption leave, disability leave, and paid time off.

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Sick leave
Although San Francisco is the only city that has passed legislation requiring mandatory sick leave, several states have considered similar measures. One of the benefits for employers that provide paid sick leave is that employees are less likely to come to work when they are sick if they will not lose pay. Encouraging sick employees to stay home can help reduce the chances of germs spreading at work, keeping the rest of the employers workplace healthier.



State leave laws
Many states have their own medical, pregnancy, childbirth, and military leave laws that may give employees more leave or apply to smaller or different employers than federal employment laws. Some states may even require paid leave in certain circumstances. It’s also important for employers to check their state laws regarding possible requirements to give employees time off for activities such as voting, donating an organ, and attending parent-teacher conferences.

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