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File #: 200303    Version: Name:
Type: Bill Status: REPORTED FAVORABLY, SUSPENSION
File created: 5/1/2020 In control: Committee on Public Health and Human Services
On agenda: Final action:
Title: Amending Chapter 9-4100 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled "Promoting Healthy Families and Workplaces," to establish leave time for public health emergencies, modify existing provisions concerning the paid sick leave, and make technical changes, all under certain terms and conditions.
Sponsors: Councilmember Brooks, Councilmember Henon, Councilmember Gym
Indexes: PROMOTING HEALTHY FAMILIES AND WORKPLACES
Code sections: 9-4100 - PROMOTING HEALTHY FAMILIES AND WORKPLACES
Attachments: 1. Bill No. 20030301, As Amended.pdf
Title
Amending Chapter 9-4100 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled "Promoting Healthy Families and Workplaces," to establish leave time for public health emergencies, modify existing provisions concerning the paid sick leave, and make technical changes, all under certain terms and conditions.
Body
THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA HEREBY ORDAINS:
SECTION 1. Chapter 9-4100 of The Philadelphia Code is hereby amended to read as follows:
CHAPTER 9-4100. PROMOTING HEALTHY FAMILIES AND WORKPLACES
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? 9-4104. Accrual of Paid Sick Time.
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(8) The requirements of this Chapter shall not apply to an employer with respect to those employees who are covered by a bona fide collective bargaining [agreement.] agreement, except to the extent specifically provided.
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? 9-4116. Public Health Emergency Leave
(1) Definitions. For the purposes of this Section 9-4116 the following definitions shall apply in place of any definition provided under Section 9-4103:
(a) "Covered individual" includes all employees and the following individuals, without regard to whether the individual is regarded as an employee, provided such individuals perform work within the geographic boundaries of the City of Philadelphia for at least 40 hours in a year for one or more hiring entities:
(i) Any individual who works in residence for the purposes of caring for a child, serving as a companion or caretaker for a sick convalescing, elderly or a person with a disability; housekeeping or house cleaning; cooking; providing food or butler service; parking cars; cleaning laundry; gardening; personal organizing, or for any other domestic service purpose and as further defined in Section 9-4501, regardless of whether such individual works for one or more hiring entities.
(ii) Any individual providing services under the participant directed and agency homecare model.
(iii) Any individual that works for a food delivery network company,...

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