Learn about the NEW California Family Rights Act leave law. Make necessary policy changes at your organization.
The California Family Rights Act (CFRA) gives covered employees the right to take job-protected leave for specific reasons. Senate Bill 1383, signed September 17, will expand CFRA coverage to employers with five or more employees and make several other critical changes to the law.
The new requirements will take effect on January 1, 2021. Although many employers have no experience complying with family and medical leave laws, millions of Californians work for these smaller organizations that will need to get up to speed fast. Large employers will also need to implement changes to accommodate the coverage of more family members, exigency leave, adult children, and other updates.
- What situations qualify for job-protected leave?
- When must you allow for the continuation of benefits?
- How does CFRA compare to FMLA?
- How is pregnancy covered?
- Which employers and employees do the changes affect?
- Which family members are included?
- How are exemptions for key employees changing?
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