San Francisco Paid Sick Leave Ordinance

San Francisco Paid Sick Leave Ordinance

The paid sick leave law applies to all full-time, part-time, and temporary employees working in San Francisco County. Workers get one hour of paid sick leave per 30 hours worked, beginning after the first 90 days on the job. Employers with ten or more employees are allowed to offer nine or more earned sick days a year, while smaller businesses must offer five or more.

Cry Wolf Quotes

Proposition F Sticks it to Neighborhood Businesses….Like kids in a candy store, our Supervisors never tire of gobbling up every bad idea that some special interest group dangles before them, particularly when it means hurting productive people who pay taxes.

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San Francisco Republican Party Chairman Mike DeNunzio.

The simple fact is that if business owners cannot make a reasonable return on their investments, they will either relocate to another county or close their doors, resulting in fewer jobs and less revenue for the City coffers from business, payroll, and sales taxes to fund the social programs the Supervisors so greatly value.

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San Francisco Republican Party Chairman Mike DeNunzio.

I can tell you that as of right now, we are not looking to expand in San Francisco. It’s a labor-intensive industry, and the last thing we need is to get dinged for it.

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Eric Rubin, a managing partner in the restaurant Tres Agaves, The San Francisco Chronicle.

I’m going to have to raise prices for all my drinks and appetizers a dollar and entrees two dollars. I don’t know how else to do it. We are known as the best restaurant city in the world, but we are going to start lagging because there will be a lack of service, a lack of staff in the dining hall. Something has to give.

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Dave Stanton, managing partner of Tres Agaves a the Mexican restaurant near AT&T Park. The San Francisco Chronicle.

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