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This ordinance requires all employers to provide a minimum of one hour of paid sick leave for every 30 hours worked by an employee; provides that employers are not required to provide more than 72 hours of sick leave for an employee in a calendar year and employees of small businesses will not accrue more than 40 hours of paid sick leave in a calendar year, unless the employer selects a higher limit.
This ordinance amends trash collection in Los Angeles by creating 11 exclusive franchise zones and requiring bidding haulers to abide by environmental, worker, and service standards: haulers must provide recycling services, use clean-burning vehicles, have waste processing facilities certified every 5 years, comply with existing city living wage and responsible contractor provisions, demonstrate labor peace, and protect whistleblowers. The ordinance further commits the city to diverting from landfills 90% of the solid waste generated in the city by 2025 and becoming a zero waste city by 2030.
This ordinance provides that all contracting departments shall award contracts in excess of $5000 related to the purchasing, renting, laundering and dry cleaning of items of apparel to contractors and subcontractors who are able to provide for the fulfillment of the contracts from establishments able to demonstrate compliance with all applicable laws regarding wages and benefits, workplace health and safety, forced and child labor and freedom of association. The requirements of this ordinance may be waived under certain conditions.