§ 110.18  CONFLICTS WITH CERTAIN HOME RULE COUNTY ORDINANCES REGARDING PAYMENT OF MINIMUM HOURLY WAGES AND PAID SICK LEAVE.
   (A)   Employers located within the village shall comply with all applicable federal and/or state laws and regulations as such laws and regulations may exist from time to time with regard to both the payment of minimum hourly wages and paid sick leave. Employee eligibility for paid sick leave and minimum hourly wages shall be in compliance with all applicable federal and/or state laws and regulations as such laws and regulations may exist from time to time.
   (B)   No additional obligations with regard to paid sick leave or minimum hourly wages imposed by any ordinance adopted by the Cook County Board of Commissioners shall apply to any employer located within the Cook County portion of the village; the village opts out of any such ordinance(s) adopted by the Cook County Board of Commissioners, and this section conflicts with any such ordinance(s) adopted by the Cook County Board of Commissioners that imposes additional obligations with regard to paid sick leave or minimum hourly wages.
   (C)   For the purposes of this section, the term EMPLOYEE means an individual permitted to work by an employer regardless of the number of persons the employer employs, and the term EMPLOYER means any person employing one or more employees, or seeking to employ one or more employees, if the person has its principal place of business within the Cook County portion of the village or does business within the Cook County portion of the village.
   (D)   For the purposes of this section, the term EMPLOYER does not mean:
      (1)   The government of the United States or corporation wholly owned by the government of the United States;
      (2)   An Indian tribe or a corporation wholly owned by an Indian tribe;
      (3)   The government of the state or any agency or department thereof; or
      (4)   Any unit of government.
(Ord. 17-35, passed 7-17-2017)