Whether it’s at work or in our personal lives, it seems some people just tend to get sick more often than others. Most of us work with someone who’s never taken a sick day, while others use all of them up every year.
The average worker gets eight days of sick leave a year, but most people take between three and six. So as more companies combine personal, vacation and sick days into one pot, should we just do away with sick days?
If you work at a Minnesota company with at least 21 employees, there’s a change in the law you should know about. It has to do with sick leave benefits.