paid leave laws

[updated November 2018]

2018 has been a busy, productive year in paid leave law changes. As of November, 11 states, 35 jurisdictions, Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico have all enacted paid sick leave laws, with others on the way to following suit. In 2017, a law was passed that enables employers who provide paid family and medical leave to benefit from a tax credit. This regulation gives even more incentive to companies to introduce varying types of paid leave types. 

In our updatedwhite paper, consultants from Spring’s Integrated Disability Management team review legislative acts, across the country related to sick leave to date and discusses the implications for employers and service providers alike. Policies are broken down by state and region, so you can be sure to know what’s going on in different areas of the country.

You can get your copy of this helpful FREE paid leave white paper by filling out the form below and pressing “Submit & Download Paper.”

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1 “New York State Paid Family Leave.” New York State, 11 Aug. 2017, www.ny.gov/programs/new-york-state-paid-family-leave. Accessed 11 Sept. 2017.