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Agendas Budgets Legislation Minutes Misc. Documents Resolutions. Chapter Sick Leave for Private Employees. Amendments noted where applicable. For purposes of this chapter, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:.
A biological, adopted or foster child, stepchild or legal ward, of a domestic partner, of a civil union partner, or to whom the employee stands in loco parentis. A biological, foster, stepparent or adoptive parent or legal guardian of an employee or of an employee's spouse, domestic partner or civil union partner or a person who stood in loco parentis when the employee was a minor child. A person to whom the employee is legally married under the laws of New Jersey or any other state or with whom the employee has entered into a civil union under N.
A grandparent or spouse, civil union partner or domestic partner of a grandparent. A domestic partner of an employee as defined in N. Has active, employed, registered apprentices. Has graduated apprentices to journey worker status during a majority of the years that the program has been in operation; or.
Has graduated apprentices to journey worker status during three of the immediately preceding five years, provides each trainee with combined classroom and on-the-job training under the direct and close supervision of a highly skilled worker in an occupation recognized as an apprenticeable trade and meets the program performance standards of enrollment and graduation under 29 CFR All or any portion of the applicable requirements of this chapter shall not apply to employees covered by a collective bargaining agreement, to the extent that such requirements are expressly waived in the collective bargaining agreement in clear and unambiguous terms.
With respect to employees covered by a collective bargaining agreement in effect at the time of the effective date of this chapter, no provision of this chapter shall apply until the expiration of the collective bargaining agreement; however, if the terms of an expired collective bargaining agreement provide paid sick leave that is more generous than provided by this chapter, those terms of the expired collective Trenton compensated dating agreement apply to the extent required by law.
All employees accrue a minimum of one hour of paid sick time for every 30 hours actually worked, subject to the limits set forth below in Subsections B and C. Employers who employ 10 or more employees for compensation are not required to provide more than 40 hours of paid sick time in a calendar year.
Employers who employ fewer than 10 employees for compensation are not required to provide more than 24 hours of paid sick time in a calendar year, except for employees who are child-care workers, home health-care workers and food service workers. For child-care workers, home health-care workers and food service workers, employers are required to provide up to 40 hours of paid sick time, so long as the hours are accrued in a calendar year as set forth in Subsection B above. In determining the of employees performing work for an employer, all employees performing work for compensation on a full-time, part-time, or temporary basis shall be counted, provided that where the of employees who work for an employer for compensation fluctuates, business size may be determined for the current calendar year based upon the average of employees who worked for compensation during the preceding calendar year.
Employees who are exempt from overtime requirements under 29 U. Employees begin to accrue paid sick time on the first day of employment. Employees are entitled to use accrued paid sick time beginning on the 90th calendar day of their employment, and thereafter employees are entitled to use paid sick time as it is accrued. Accrued but unused paid sick time shall be carried over to the following calendar year, provided that no employer shall be required to carry over more than 40 hours of unused paid sick time from one calendar year to the next or allow the use of more than 40 hours of paid sick time in a calendar year.
An employer shall not be required to carry over unused paid sick time if the employee is paid for any unused paid sick time at the end of the calendar year in which such time is accrued. Any employer with a paid leave policy, such as a paid time off policy, that provides an amount of paid leave sufficient to meet the total annual accrual requirements of this section Trenton compensated dating may be used for the same purposes and under the same conditions as paid sick time under this chapter is not required to provide additional paid sick time.
Nothing in this section shall be construed as requiring financial or other reimbursement to an employee from an employer upon the employee's termination, reation, retirement, or other separation from employment for accrued paid sick time that has not been used. If an employee is transferred to a separate division, entity, or location, but remains employed by the same employer in the City of Trenton, the employee is entitled to all paid sick time accrued at the prior division, entity, or location and is entitled to use all paid sick time as provided in this section.
If there is a separation from employment and the employee is rehired within six months of separation, ly accrued unpaid sick time that had not been used shall be reinstated.
Further, the employee is entitled to use accrued unpaid sick time and accrue additional unpaid sick time at the re-commencement of employment. When a different employer succeeds or takes the place of an existing employer, all employees of the original employer who remain employed by the successor employer are entitled to all paid sick time accrued when employed by the original employer and are entitled to use all paid sick leave ly accrued.
At its sole discretion, an employer may loan paid sick time to an employee in advance of accrual by such employee. A decision by an employer to deny a loan request by an employee shall not subject the employer to any liability under this chapter. Paid sick time shall be provided to an employee by an employer for:.
Nothing in this chapter prohibits an employer from requesting that an employee confirm in writing following use of paid sick time that the paid sick time was used for an authorized purpose under this chapter. Where the need to use paid sick time is foreseeable, an employer may require reasonable advance notice of the intention to use paid sick time. In no event shall an employee be required to give notice more than seven days prior to the date such sick time is to begin. Where such need is not foreseeable, an employer may require an employee to provide notice of the need for the use of sick time before the beginning of the employee's work shift or workday, or, in cases such as emergencies where advance notice is not possible, notice shall be provided by the employee as soon as practicable.
An employer may not require, as a condition of an employee's taking paid sick time, that the employee search for or find a replacement worker to cover the hours during which the employee is absent. Accrued sick time may be used in the smaller of hourly increments or the smallest increment that the employer's payroll system uses to for absences or use of other time.
After an employee has used paid sick time for three consecutive days or three consecutive instances, an employer may require an employee to provide reasonable documentation that the time has been used for a purpose covered by Subsection A.
In this instance, the employer may require documentation ed by a health-care professional indicating that the paid sick time was necessary; however, an employer may not require that the documentation explain the nature of the illness. No person shall interfere with, restrain, or deny the exercise of, or the attempt to exercise, any right protected under this chapter.
No person shall retaliate against an employee because the employee has properly exercised rights protected under this chapter. All employers shall give written notice to each employee at the commencement of the employee's employment or as soon as practicable if the employee is already employed on the effective date of this chapter regarding the employee's rights under this chapter.
Such notice shall describe the right to paid sick time, the accrual rate and the amount of paid sick time, and the terms of its use under this chapter; the right to be free from retaliation for properly requesting use of paid sick time; and the right to file a complaint or bring an action in municipal court if paid sick time is denied by the employer or the employee is retaliated against for requesting or taking paid sick time.
Employers shall also display a poster in a conspicuous and accessible place in Trenton compensated dating business establishment where employees are employed containing the information required in Subsection A. The Agency can create and make available to employers notices and posters in English and Spanish and any other languages deemed appropriate by the Agency that contain the information required under Subsection A for employers' use in complying with this section.
In addition to the fines set forth above, any employer who violates this chapter is subject to payment of restitution in the amount of any paid sick time unlawfully withheld. Employers shall allow the Agency reasonable access to records and to monitor compliance with the requirements of this chapter. An employer's failure to maintain or retain adequate records documenting hours worked by an employee and paid sick time taken by an employee creates a rebuttable presumption that the employer has violated this chapter, absent clear and convincing evidence otherwise.
The Agency shall coordinate implementation and enforcement of this chapter and promulgate appropriate guidelines or regulations for such purposes. The Agency shall have broad powers to ensure compliance with this chapter.
The Municipal Court shall have the power to adjudicate all allegations of violations of this chapter and impose fines or penalties provided for in this chapter, or any further relief deemed appropriate by the court, including but not limited to restitution, reinstatement or injunctive or declaratory relief.
Submitting a complaint to the Agency is neither a prerequisite nor a bar to bringing a private action.
The Agency shall have the power to do outreach to inform the residents of the City of their rights under this chapter and to publicize online and in other media the names of employers who violate this chapter. An employer may not require disclosure of the specific details relating to an employee's or an employee's family member's medical condition as a condition of providing paid sick time under this chapter.
If an employer possesses health information about an employee or employee's family member, such information shall be treated as confidential and shall not be disclosed by the employer except to the affected employee or with the permission of the affected employee. The Agency shall maintain confidential the identity of any complaining person unless disclosure of the identity is necessary for resolution of the investigation.
The Agency shall, to the extent practicable, notify a complaining person that the Agency will be disclosing his or her identify prior to such disclosure. Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to discourage or prohibit an employer from the adoption or retention of a paid sick time policy more generous than the one required herein.
Nothing in this chapter shall be construed as diminishing the obligation of an employer to comply with any contract, collective bargaining agreement, employment benefit plan, or other agreement providing more generous paid sick time to an employee than required herein. Nothing in this chapter shall be construed as diminishing the rights of public employees regarding paid sick time or use of paid sick time as provided in the laws of the State of New Jersey pertaining to public employees.
Nothing in this chapter shall be construed as diminishing the rights secured by S, the New Jersey Security and Financial Empowerment Act, for domestic violence victims in the City of Trenton. Nothing in this chapter shall be construed or interpreted in a way that would conflict with any State or Federal law pertaining to paid sick time or employee benefits.
This chapter provides minimum requirements pertaining to paid sick time and shall not be construed to preempt, limit, or otherwise affect the applicability of any other law, regulation, requirement, policy, or standard that provides for greater accrual or use by employees of sick time, whether paid or unpaid, or that extends other protections to employees.
This chapter will take effect days following enactment, except that in the case of employees covered by a collective bargaining agreement in effect on the effective date prescribed herein, this chapter shall apply on the date of the termination of such agreement unless the collective bargaining agreement expressly waives the protections set forth in this Trenton compensated dating.