When you’re not feeling well, the only way to recover is to return to work.
But in the U.S. and Canada, the new rules go further than that.
The new rules say employers are now required to offer paid sick days.
The Associated Press is reporting that the new requirements apply to businesses and nonprofits that have more than 50 full-time employees and that offer the benefit at least four weeks a year.
Here are some important things to know: The U.K. has had the same five-day rule since 2014.
The U and U.A.E. have both expanded the requirements, and a number of countries, including Denmark, the Netherlands, Norway and Switzerland, have expanded the rules.
Some countries, like France, have offered paid sick time.
Other countries, such as the U S, have not.
In the U., some employers have been hesitant to offer it, fearing that the government could take away their business.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) said in an October letter that it will allow businesses to offer the paid sick-time benefit in all states where it is offered.
The agency said the U’s and U A’s regulations will provide additional protections.
“The U. S. Department of Labor and other federal agencies are committed to protecting the rights of workers to take time off for illness or injury, and will continue to work closely with state and local governments to ensure that these policies are enacted in a manner that protects workers’ right to health care coverage,” the letter said.
In Canada, many companies and workers already offer paid family leave, and the government said in September that it would offer paid leave starting in 2019.
The rules apply to employers that provide paid sick care benefits.
A Canadian labor federation and other advocates have said that it is crucial that workers have the option of taking unpaid leave in the event of a medical emergency.
They have called for a federal minimum wage to be set at $15 per hour.
They also say the government should mandate that employers provide paid family and sick leave to employees in all 50 states.
In a letter sent to the U A and U U S governments last month, the Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) called on both governments to adopt a national minimum wage that would guarantee that workers receive a minimum of $15 an hour and paid sick and maternity leave.
The CLC said that the $15 minimum wage is a much needed measure to support workers, including in the construction industry.
The United States also has an expanded version of the paid family sick leave policy, with states and cities setting their own minimum wages.
In June, the U O.S., U A.
S and U S. Labor departments released proposed rules that could expand paid family, sick and disability leave benefits.
The Labor Department said the new standards would help keep wages up and create jobs, and would help employers with compliance with workplace safety and health and safety regulations.
The department also said that in some cases, paid sick or family leave may be a better option for employees who are sick or injured.
If you’re in a position to take unpaid leave, get in touch with your state labor department for more information.