What Associations Need to Know About Paid Family Leave
Different U.S. states have different statutes around it
There's been a recent rise in the number of U.S. states that have or will soon have statewide paid family and medical leave programs in place.
As of September 2023, eight states and Washington, D.C., have paid leave benefits available, according to New America. Meanwhile, Colorado will start offering paid leave in January 2024, and four additional states enacted paid family and medical leave programs that will begin paying benefits in 2026.
As more states make these offerings available and with the rise of remote work, associations may find themselves with employees working in different states with varying paid or unpaid leave requirements.
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