City Council approved revisions to the paid sick and safe leave ordinance passed last year – but expanded it to include all San Antonio businesses, regardless of size.
Commentary: Businesses need to hash out plans now if they want to be ready when the policy is finally enacted.
San Antonio’s paid sick leave commission on Thursday approved a final proposed draft of what it is now calling the Sick and Safe Leave Ordinance.
Commentary: Paid sick leave is not just workplace reform, it is racial, economic, and gender justice.
A councilman’s claim that the mayor and council agreed to an agreement that delayed the ordinance raised questions on Tuesday.
Activists supporting San Antonio’s paid sick leave ordinance interrupted a City Council meeting, chanting and unfurling a banner that read “No Trust.”
Southwest Research Institute President and CEO Adam Hamilton will lead the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce board on an interim basis.
A Bexar County judge approved an agreement delaying the implementation of San Antonio’s paid sick leave ordinance until Dec. 1.
Commentary: Mayor Ron Nirenberg’s reluctance to delay implementing the paid sick leave ordinance shows the limits of the mayor’s power.
The City and a coalition of businesses suing it over a paid sick leave ordinance set to take effect Aug. 1 have agreed to delay its implementation.