Even a Mild Outbreak is a Major Problem for Workers Without Paid Sick Days
October 29, 2009
by Jeffrey Levi, Executive Director of TFAH
The fact that tens of millions of Americans do not have any paid sick days is a sad state of affairs in normal times. In a pandemic so ubiquitous it's worthy of being named a national emergency by the President of the United States, it's foolhardy.
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