Other Leaves: Arkansas
Federal law and guidance on this subject should be reviewed together with this section.
- Arkansas has a number of state leave laws that apply to employers. To the extent federal and state laws differ, whichever law provides greater benefits and protection to the employee will apply. See Arkansas - Leaves of Absence.
- Employers must provide employees with a reasonable unpaid break time every day in order to express breast milk. See Break Time for Expressing Breast Milk.
- Arkansas prohibits employers from discriminating against employees who are serving on jury duty. See Jury Duty Leave.
- Employers cannot terminate or discipline employees who are crime victims or a representative of the crime victim who, under certain circumstances, takes leave to attend a criminal proceeding or assist a prosecuting attorney in preparing for a criminal proceeding. See Crime Victim Leave.
- In Arkansas, the Military Service Protection Act prohibits discrimination against any person because of his or her military service. See Arkansas Military Leave.
- Employers must provide unpaid leave to any employee who provides a written request for a leave in order to serve as an organ or bone marrow donor. See Organ or Bone Marrow Donor Leave.