Union for Reform Judaism Pledges Support for Paid Sick Leave Legislation

January 10, 2014

The Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) resolved at its 2013 biennial convention last month to throw its denominational support and advocacy efforts behind paid sick leave legislation. The resolution also calls upon URJ congregations to support local paid sick leave campaigns and re-evaluate employment and contracting policies, making sure URJ congregations are an example of just employers in communities across the country.

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