Under Oscar Mayer's collective bargaining agreement (CBA), paid sick leave doesn't start until at least the fourth day of absence. But Wisconsin's labor department says that under the state's, the company has to allow workers to substitute paid leave starting with day one, and a court upheld that regulation. (Kraft Foods Inc. v Wis. Dept. of Workforce Development, No. 00-1918, Wis. CA, 2001)
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