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|Who Has Paid Sick Leave, Who Doesn't, and What's Changing|
Harvard Business Review Blog Network
Jan. 21, 2015
"[A]ccording to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the jump in access to paid sick leave is at least in part due to more Americans working white-collar jobs.... [F]ull-time management workers [receive] the vast majority of sick leave benefits, leaving service workers and part-timers in the dust. The more you earn, the more likely you are to have paid sick leave.... The paradox is that although white-collar workers are more likely to have paid sick leave, they balk at using it; meanwhile, a whole host of people don't have it and thus couldn't use it even if they wanted to. In the end, all of this means that millions of people are going to work sick, albeit for different reasons and with different repercussions"
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