Paid Sick Days

Source: Institute for Women’s Policy Research, 2013

The Institute for Women’s Policy Research recently released several publications about the value of paid sick days.
Publications include:
Valuing Good Health in Portland: The Costs and Benefits of Earned Sick Days
by Claudia Williams, Institute for Women’s Policy Research, Briefing Paper, IWPR #B317, March 2013

Testimony Before the Public Health and Human Services Committee of the Philadelphia City Council regarding Bill 130004, Promoting Healthy Families and Workplaces
by Claudia Williams, Institute for Women’s Policy Research, IWPR #B316, March 2013

Testimony on SB 698: Maryland Earned Sick and Safe Leave Act
by Claudia Williams, Institute for Women’s Policy Research, IWPR #B315, February 2013

Access to Earned Sick Days in Maryland
by Institute for Women’s Policy Research, Briefing Paper, IWPR #313, February 2013

Valuing Good Health in Maryland: The Costs and Benefits of Earned Sick Days
by Claudia Williams, Institute for Women’s Policy Research, Briefing Paper, IWPR #B311, February 2013

Valuing Good Health in Philadelphia: The Costs and Benefits of Paid Sick Days
by Claudia Williams, Institute for Women’s Policy Research, Briefing Paper, IWPR #B309, January 2013
Related:
Portland Wins Sick Day and Everybody Benefits
Source: Jodie Levin-Epstein, Center for Law and Social Policy, March 13, 2013

Portland City Council Passes Sick Days, Portland Becomes Fourth City With Sick Days Law – Philadelphia City Council Vote Expected Thursday, Hearing in NYC Approaches, Legislatures in Washington State, Vermont, Massachusetts Move Bills Forward
Source: Family Values at Work, March 2013

Philadelphia City Council Passes Earned Sick Days

Source: Family Values at Work, Press Release, March 14, 2013