The PSL law contains stiff fines and penalties for not providing sick days — ranging from $50 to $4,000 aggregate — and allows for a civil action by the state. The Labor Commissioner is charged with enforcement.

In addition to administrative penalties, the Labor Commissioner can also order reinstatement, backpay, and the payment of sick days unlawfully withheld.

Read about a 2023 court case. 
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