Plaintiffs Benefit From San Francisco Workplace Ordinance

Law360, New York (March 7, 2014, 5:20 PM EST) -- Each year ushers in a wave of new California employment laws, but this year San Francisco has taken center stage.  San Francisco has just become the first municipality in the country to require employers to consider requests by working parents and caregivers for flexible or predictable work arrangements. San Francisco previously waded into employee entitlements by setting its own minimum wage and mandating paid sick leave as well as employer-provided health and transit benefits. 

Family Friendly Workplace Ordinance

The Family Friendly Workplace Ordinance is intended to address the challenges of a modern workforce often faced with conflicting family and work responsibilities....

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