Guidance on federal, state and key municipal laws governing leave of absence (other than federal and state FMLA leaves), including which employers and employees are covered, notice and documentation requirements, reinstatement obligations and the interactions of the various forms of leave with one another.
This section helps HR professionals identify the common forms of leave addressed by state law and those routinely granted by employers to help attract and retain employees. In addition, HR will gain a greater understanding of the common considerations regarding leaves and paid time off, how to develop leave policies and processes for requesting and taking leave for the various forms of leave (e.g., religious, catastrophic, voting, blood, organ or bone marrow donation, etc.), and the risks inherent in providing forms of leave you are not legally required to provide.
The following states have additional requirements for this topic under applicable state law.