Tomorrow: Nick Licata speaks about national momentum for Paid Sick Days laws

Councilman Nick Licata

Friday (10/21/11) at 6:30 AM PST, the Center for American Progress and the National Partnership for Women & Families are hosting a discussion on the growing momentum for paid sick days laws. Paid, job-protected sick days provide a critical workplace standard that promotes the economic security of U.S. workers and their families and safeguards the health of our communities.

Governor Dan Malloy, (D-CT)
Councilman Nick Licata, Seattle City Council Member
Andy Shallal, Founder, Busboys and Poets

Join the conversation with Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy, who championed and signed the nation’s first statewide paid sick days law, Seattle City Council Member Nick Licata, the champion of the paid sick days ordinance that recently made Seattle the third U.S. city with a paid sick days standard, and D.C. restaurant owner Andy Shallal, who provides paid sick days to his employees.

Watch a livestream of the event here »

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One Response to Tomorrow: Nick Licata speaks about national momentum for Paid Sick Days laws

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