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3 Ways Restaurant Employers Record Giving Notice of Employee Rights of Paid Sick Leave Law

Tuesday, April 29, 2014  
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All employers are required to notify employees of their right to paid sick leave. To ensure compliance with Paid Sick Leave law, here are three ways restaurant employers can maintain accurate records:
1. Create a log that records key details of when employees were provided with the Notice of Employee Rights including employee name, date of hire, date notice was provided, and signature. Download Notice of Employee Rights Sample Log >>
2. Email the Notice of Employee Rights to the employee and require employee to email a reply that confirms receipt of notice.
3. Ask employee to sign and date the Notice of Employee Rights. Then make copies and provide one to the employee and keep one for employer records. 

 

UPDATED 8/28/14:

The DCA website now has Timekeeping Tools available for restaurants to keep track of sick leave accrual and use. Use the tool that corresponds to how you keep track of hours worked: DailyWeekly, or Biweekly. Instructions are included with each tool. Note: To access tools, you must use Excel 2007 or later version on Windows/PC computer. These tools are intended as an additional resource for employers. Employers can use the timekeeping method or service of their choice.



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