Indiana employers may find it easier to manage employee attendance and leave if a bill passed by the state legislature (S.B. 213) is signed into law by Governor Pence. The bill prohibits local governments from requiring private sector employers to provide employees working within the locality with an attendance or leave policy that exceeds the requirements of federal or state law, rules or regulations. The bill also applies to benefits, terms of employment and working conditions. As a growing number of cities are requiring employers to provide paid sick leave, the bill's purpose is to achieve greater uniformity for employee benefits and leave laws across Indiana.
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