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Are You in Favor of Employee-Paid Sick Leave in NJ? [POLL]

Democratic lawmakers are making a push to ensure that if you are sick and work in NJ, you’ll be provided with sick days.

Should NJ offer employee sick leave for part time employees
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State Senator Loretta Weinberg and Assembly Sponsor Pamela Lampitt are both pushing the bill to allow the over 1 million NJ workers who currently are not offered sick days, the ability to stay home if they are ill.

Many NJ employers are concerned about this, as it would have a huge effect on an employer’s bottom line, having the potential to raise prices and decrease jobs.

What do you think about this measure? Would it be good or bad for New Jersey? Take the poll below.

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