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Because guidance–either in the form of case law, rules or regulations–is sparse, employers may be better off separating their policies to distinguish between paid sick leave and personal or vacation time. (Photo: Shutterstock)

An employee calls out of work because of the flu. Simple enough. But, should the employer pay the employee for the day? Should it be designated as a sick day? Does it matter what state or city they are in?


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