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Hogan proposes mandatory paid sick leave for businesses

Gov. Larry Hogan plans to introduce a bill at the start of the upcoming legislative session requiring businesses with 50 or more employees to offer more paid sick leave.

Under Hogan’s proposed legislation, businesses with 50 or more employees will be required to offer paid sick leave totaling at least 40 hours per year, with the ability for employees to roll over a maximum of 40 hours each year. The proposal also calls for part-time employees to be covered after a minimum of 30 working hours. The 50-employee threshold matches current federal standards under the Family Medical Leave Act and the Affordable Care Act.

Read the full article from the Baltimore Business Journal.

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