Although Texas employment laws generally remain employer-friendly, Texas employers have not been immune to the expansion of paid sick leave ordinances on the local level. The cities of Austin, San Antonio, and Dallas all recently enacted similar ordinances requiring employers to provide eligible employees with one hour of paid sick leave for every 30 hours worked up to certain caps based on employer size.Read more »
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