A newly proposed amendment to the Healthy Workplace Healthy Family Act of 2014 would expand paid sick leave to require employers to provide 40 hours, or 5 days, of sick leave by the employee’s 200th calendar day of employment. Additionally, employers are only able to cap the amount of paid sick leave a worker earns to 80 hours, or 10 days. Finally, the employer is required to allow an employee to carry over up to 5 days of sick leave into the following year of employment. This amendment would necessarily have a negative impact on California retailers, both large and small. 
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