From the seattlepi.com:
The ordinance would require businesses to give workers in Seattle up to five, seven or nine days of paid sick leave a year, depending on the size of business and number of work hours accrued.
Larger businesses would have to pay more sick days than smaller businesses. Workers wouldn’t be eligible unless they’ve worked a minimum number of days. Businesses with less than 250 employees would have a year to comply, if the ordinance is passed. Bigger businesses would have six months.
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