States with PFML laws and programs

More and more states are passing Paid Family and Medical Leave (PFML) laws. Although they may follow the same basic principles, each state looks a little different in terms of the program name, benefit provisions and eligibility requirements. Select the state below for an overview of the programs and resources available to help you navigate them:

Learn more about paid leave programs available in California.

Learn more about paid leave programs available in Colorado.

Learn more about paid leave programs available in Connecticut.

Learn more about paid leave programs available in Hawaii.

Learn more about paid leave programs available in Massachusetts.

Learn  more about paid leave programs available in New Jersey.

Learn more about paid leave programs available in New York. NY DBL   NY PFL.

Learn more about paid leave programs available in Oregon.

Learn more about paid leave programs available in Rhode Island.

Learn more about paid leave programs in Washington, D.C.

Learn more about paid leave programs in  Washington.

PFML and COVID-19

One of the ways state governments have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic is by updating leave laws to include provisions for absences related to COVID-19. Here’s what you need to know:

Guardian can help you manage it all

Effective employee leave management is key to helping ensure your business properly assists employees, remains compliant, and avoids costly fines. But staying on top of changing state and federal employee leaves can be a challenge, especially as the global COVID-19 pandemic evolves.

With more than a decade of experience providing statutory disability plans, Guardian puts together resources for PFML plan implementation and management that works for you, no matter the level of complexity. We can help reduce your administrative burden and enhance compliance to ensure leaves are managed as efficiently and effectively as possible.

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