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    My wife has worked for a company for 10 years now. 5 years ago she was considered on salary, then one year after that she went to 4 weeks sick per year and getting paid for any time not used, to two years after that 2 weeks sick and not getting paid for any time not taken, to now NO sick time. There only 6 people (office employee's) this is affecting out of 200 employee's. Is it a law ,and if so please supply a link, that all non salary employee's be treated the same? Thanks.South Carolina

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    No, unless the disparate treatment is SOLELY because of a legally protected characteristic, such as age, gender, religion, race, ethnic origin, etc. Especially sick benefits, since they need not be offered by law.
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