The end is near. Cook County political subdivisions have just one more month, until July 1, to opt out of the county Earned Sick Leave Ordinance. Add five more to the nix list: Berkeley, Harwood Heights, Niles, Northbrook and Summit.
About three dozen of the approximatley 130 municipalities within the county –almost 30%–have opted out. More will do so before the County ordinance’s July 1, 2017 effective date.
I have listed the Cook County “opt-outs” on the PSL Laws and Resources page of my blog, just below the link to the Cook County Ordinance.
Cook County enacted the ESL Ordinance in October 2016. Generally, it requires covered employers to allow employees to accrue one hour of paid sick leave for every 40 hours worked. My posts about that Ordinance are here and here.