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HB 1 - Requires Certain Employers to Provide Paid Sick Leave - Maryland Key Vote

Shane Robinson voted Yea (Concurrence Vote) on this Legislation.

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Legislation - Vetoed (Executive) -

Title: Requires Certain Employers to Provide Paid Sick Leave

Legislation - Concurrence Vote Passed (House) (87-53) - (Key vote)
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Title: Requires Certain Employers to Provide Paid Sick Leave

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Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to concur with Senate amendments and pass a bill that requires certain employers to provide paid sick leave to employees.

Highlights:

 

  • Requires certain employers to provide employees with paid sick and safe leave (Sec. 1).

  • Authorizes employers to deduct earned sick and safe leave from the amount paid to an individual upon termination of employment (Sec. 1).

  • Prohibits certain employers from requiring an employee to search for or find an individual to work in their place during paid leave (Sec. 1).

  • Requires restaurant employers to offer their employees their base rate of pay (Sec. 1).

  • Authorizes employees to accrue paid leave at the same or greater rate than the state standard (Sec. 1).

  • Specifies that paid leave laws only apply to employees who work more than 12 hours a week, is employed on an as-needed basis, or is covered by a bona fide collective bargaining agreement (Sec. 1).

  • Specifies that existing sick and safe leave laws of counties and municipalities supersede the state laws if they meet or exceed state requirements (Sec. 1).

  • Requires employers with 15 or more employees to provide paid leave to each employee at the same wage rate as what they normally earn (Sec. 1).

  • Requires employers with 14 employees to provide their employees with earned unpaid sick and safe leave (Sec. 1).

  • Prohibits employers from placing a 40-hour cap on earned leave (Sec. 1).

  • Prohibits employers from placing a 64-hour cap on usage and accumulation leave (Sec. 1).

  • Specifies that paid leave can be awarded collectively at the beginning of the year or as an accrued amount over time (Sec. 1).

  • Authorizes an employee to use paid sick and safe leave to care for or treat a mental illness, injury, or condition of a family member or themself or for maternity and paternity leave (Sec. 1).

  • Authorizes employers to require a notice 7 days in advance before paid leave could begin (Sec. 1).

  • Authorizes employers to deny paid leave if an employee fails to provide required notice, or if the employee’s absence will cause a disruption to the employer (Sec. 1).

  • Requires employers to provide in writing a statement regarding the amount of sick leave an employee has earned whenever the given employee’s wages are paid (Sec. 1).

  • Prohibits employers from taking adverse action or discriminating against an employee because the employee decides to take paid leave (Sec. 1).

Legislation - Bill Passed With Amendment (Senate) (29-18) - (Key vote)
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Title: Requires Certain Employers to Provide Paid Sick Leave

Vote Result
Yea Votes
Nay Votes
Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that requires certain employers to provide paid sick leave to employees.

Highlights:

 

  • Requires certain employers to provide employees with paid sick and safe leave (Sec. 1).

  • Authorizes employers to deduct earned sick and safe leave from the amount paid to an individual upon termination of employment (Sec. 1).

  • Prohibits certain employers from requiring an employee to search for or find an individual to work in their place during paid leave (Sec. 1).

  • Requires restaurant employers to offer their employees their base rate of pay (Sec. 1).

  • Authorizes employees to accrue paid leave at the same or greater rate than the state standard (Sec. 1).

  • Specifies that paid leave laws only apply to employees who work more than 12 hours a week, is employed on an as-needed basis, or is covered by a bona fide collective bargaining agreement (Sec. 1).

  • Specifies that existing sick and safe leave laws of counties and municipalities supersede the state laws if they meet or exceed state requirements (Sec. 1).

  • Requires employers with 15 or more employees to provide paid leave to each employee at the same wage rate as what they normally earn (Sec. 1).

  • Requires employers with 14 employees to provide their employees with earned unpaid sick and safe leave (Sec. 1).

  • Prohibits employers from placing a 40-hour cap on earned leave (Sec. 1).

  • Prohibits employers from placing a 64-hour cap on usage and accumulation leave (Sec. 1).

  • Specifies that paid leave can be awarded collectively at the beginning of the year or as an accrued amount over time (Sec. 1).

  • Authorizes an employee to use paid sick and safe leave to care for or treat a mental illness, injury, or condition of a family member or themself or for maternity and paternity leave (Sec. 1).

  • Authorizes employers to require a notice 7 days in advance before paid leave could begin (Sec. 1).

  • Authorizes employers to deny paid leave if an employee fails to provide required notice, or if the employee’s absence will cause a disruption to the employer (Sec. 1).

  • Requires employers to provide in writing a statement regarding the amount of sick leave an employee has earned whenever the given employee’s wages are paid (Sec. 1).

  • Prohibits employers from taking adverse action or discriminating against an employee because the employee decides to take paid leave (Sec. 1).

Legislation - Bill Passed (House) (88-51) -

Title: Requires Certain Employers to Provide Paid Sick Leave

Legislation - Introduced (House) -

Title: Requires Certain Employers to Provide Paid Sick Leave

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