United States Leave Laws
The law applies to all employers in the public and private sectors, including federal employers. In addition to federal law, state laws may have different requirements, …
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Oregon Leave Laws
(4 days ago) Oregon passed paid Family and medical leave law. Employers in Oregon must provide up to 12 weeks of paid leave to eligible employees beginning January 1, 2023. The new law requires employers to provide their workers with a maximum of 12 weeks of paid leave, with a total paid and unpaid leave capped at 16 weeks or up to 18 weeks for women who
North Carolina Leave Laws
(2 days ago) North Carolina law provides the following job protections for military members, in addition to Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act: Reemployment rights for members of the North Carolina National Guard (or of another state) who are honorably discharged; Discrimination protections for members of the National Guard
Illinois Leave Laws
(6 days ago) The state of Illinois has no roof law regarding paid sick leave, exception is the city of Chicago, Cook County Illinois. Chicago, Cook County Illinois Paid Sick Leave Laws. Employers are required to provide employees with paid sick leave. To be eligible for paid sick leave, employees must work: for their employer for 6 months,
New York Leave Laws
(6 days ago) New York’s Paid Family Leave Law. Employees are entitled to receive ten weeks, in 2019 and 2020, increasing to 12 weeks, in 2021 of paid family leave. Coverage for paid family leave benefits is typically included under an employer’s existing disability benefits policy. The law provides job reinstatement and continuation of health insurance
Oklahoma Leave Laws
(6 days ago) Oklahoma law requires an employer to provide an employee two (2) hours of time off to vote (more if distance demands), if the employee does not have three (3) hours before his or her shift begins or after it ends in which to vote while polls are open. The voting leave must be paid if the employee presents to the employer proof of voting.
Tennessee Leave Laws
(7 days ago) Tennessee law provides employment protections for Tennessee National Guard members, in addition to Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act. Employers are prohibited from terminating or refusing to hire an employee because of his or …
New Mexico Leave Laws
(8 days ago) New Mexico law provides the following job protections for military members, in addition to Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act: A member of the United States Armed Forces, National Guard or organized reserve who serves on active duty and is honorably discharged or released from duty must be reinstated to his or her
Pennsylvania Leave Laws
(Just Now) Pennsylvania law provides the following job protections for military members, in addition to the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act: Re-employment rights for members of the Pennsylvania National Guard or any Reserve component of the U.S. Armed Forces following an emergency or other military duty
Delaware Leave Laws
(6 days ago) Delaware law does not require an employer to allow employees time off, paid or unpaid, to vote. If an employee has vacation time, an employer cannot prevent the employee from using accrued time to act as an election officer, so long as the employee is not in a critical need position. Critical Need Position is an employee in public safety
Virginia Leave Laws
(6 days ago) Virginia law provides rights and benefits to members of the Virginia National Guard, the Virginia Defense Force, or the Naval Militia who serve state active duty or military duty, in addition to Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA).
New Jersey Leave Laws
(8 days ago) The law applies to all employees working for an employer in the state. Employers are required to give 1 hour for every 30 hours worked. Frontloading is permitted. The annual accrual cap is 40 hours. Employees are allowed to accrue a maximum of 40 accrued hours within one year of employment. Employee’s or a family member’s illness, injury or
Indiana Leave Laws
(5 days ago) Indiana adopted a new law regarding paid parental leave that applies to public employees. Jury Duty Leave Employers are required to provide employees with unpaid time to perform their jury duties. An employer may not subject an employee to an adverse employment action for responding to a jury summons or serving on a jury. An employer must
Maryland Leave Laws
(6 days ago) The law protects employees who serve 4 or more hours of jury duty on any given day, including travel time, employees may not be required to return to work that day. Employees may not be required to go back to work if their jury duty finishes on or after 5 p.m. on the day of …
Quebec Leave Laws
(4 days ago) up to 1 unpaid day in case of the death or funeral of their son-in-law or daughter-in-law, of their grandparents, of one of their grandchildren, of the father or mother of their spouse or of the brother or sister of their spouse. Leave related to death or disappearance of a child
France Leave Laws
(4 days ago) The law and collective bargaining agreements grant additional paid leave for: Employees who have reached a specific length of service. Family-related events. Rollovers and payout of unused hours; Use-it-or-lose-it policy – Not specified by law. PTO payout at the termination Employees are entitled to severance pay if:
Kentucky Leave Laws
(6 days ago) Kentucky law provides members of the National Guard of Kentucky or any other state with unpaid leave when called to active duty, job protection, and reinstatement to the previous position with all the employment rights and benefits and protection against discrimination due to military service in Kentucky National Guard or active militia.
Arizona Leave Laws
(5 days ago) This state law also requires that all employees must be allowed to accrue and then use paid sick leave for a wide range of reasons outlined in the law, such as employee’s need for medical care, dealing with a mental or physical illness, injury, or other health condition or to care for a family member (biological, foster or adopted child
North Dakota Leave Laws
(Just Now) The employee has been employed for less than one year. The employee gave less than five days’ written or verbal notice. (N.D. Cent. Code § 34-14-09.2.) No federal or state law in North Dakota requires employers to pay out an employee’s accrued vacation, sick leave, or other paid time off (PTO) at the termination of employment.
Massachusetts Leave Laws
(1 days ago) No federal or state law require an employer to provide the employee with paid or unpaid bereavement leave or with any time off to organize or attend a close family member’s funeral. Voting Leave All employers in any manufacturing, mechanical, or mercantile establishment must provide employees with up to two hours of voting leave.
Kansas Leave Laws
(4 days ago) No state law requires the provision of vacation (Sweet v. Stormont Vail Reg’l Med. Ctr., 647 P.2d 1274 (Kan. 1982)). A vacation policy or practice must be provided in writing or posted if requested by an employee (Kan. Stat. Ann. § 44-320 (c)). Not prohibited (Kansas Department of Labor: Workplace Laws and Requirements: Fringe Benefits).
South Korea Leave Laws
(9 days ago) In addition, the new law allows a male worker to divide the leave period and take it on two separate occasions. Act on Equal Employment and Support for Work-Family Reconciliation, No. 3,989 of 1987 (as amended), arts. 18-19. Child Care Leave.
Wisconsin Leave Laws
(7 days ago) Wisconsin law requires an employer to provide an employee up to three (3) hours of time off to vote if the employee request the leave prior to the day of the vote or election. The voting leave does not need to be paid. An employer may dictate when an employee takes voting leave.
New Brunswick Leave Laws
(1 days ago) to seek legal or law enforcement assistance, including preparing for or participating in any civil or criminal legal proceeding related to or resulting from the domestic violence, intimate partner; violence or sexual violence; and. for any other purposes related to or resulting from domestic violence, intimate partner violence or sexual violence.
Louisiana Leave Laws
(7 days ago) No federal or state law require an employer to provide the employee with paid or unpaid bereavement leave or with any time off to organize or attend a close family member’s funeral. Voting Leave The state of Louisiana has no statute governing voting leave.
Ukraine Leave Laws
(5 days ago) The law grants paid maternity leave to persons adopting a newborn baby directly from a maternity hospital. This leave is for 56 days or 70 days if two or more children are adopted. The leave is provided to one of the adoptive parents. Adoptive parents are also entitled to take parental leave under general conditions. Parental Leave
Colorado Leave Laws
(6 days ago) Colorado law does not require employers to provide employees bereavement leave or leave to attend funerals. Bereavement leave is leave that is taken by an employee due to the death of another individual, usually a close relative. Employers may choose to provide bereavement leave and may be required to comply with any bereavement policy or
Hawaii Leave Laws
(4 days ago) Hawaii law provides each spouse with four weeks off from work. Hawaii’s Temporary Disability Insurance (TDI) Program provides the eligible employees with partial pay during their leave due to a temporary disability caused by pregnancy or childbirth.
Georgia Leave Laws
(5 days ago) Georgia law makes it illegal for an employer to discharge, discipline, or otherwise penalize an employee for taking leave for the purposes of attending a judicial proceeding in response to a subpoena, summons for jury duty, or other court order. It is also illegal for an employer to threaten an employee with discharge, discipline, or any other
Germany Leave Laws
(5 days ago) Germany is a federal state made up of 16 states. The civil law, law of association and other labor laws are entirely governed by Federal Law. Germany has 9 national holidays. There are also 10 regional holidays that are celebrated in certain states and areas. 1st January – New Year’s Day; 10th April – Good Friday; 13th April – Easter Monday
Florida Leave Laws
(5 days ago) Florida law prohibits an employer from firing or threatening to fire any employee for voting or not voting in an election, for a particular candidate, or for a specific ballot measure. An employer that violates this law may be guilty of a third-degree felony. Florida State. 104.081
Nebraska Leave Laws
(6 days ago) Nebraska law allows employees who do not have two consecutive hours when not required to be at work during polling hours are entitled to up to two paid hours leave to vote. Pay cannot be deducted if the employee gives notice in advance of election day. The employer can set the time for leave to vote.
Nevada Leave Laws
(4 days ago) No federal or state law requires employers to provide paid or unpaid vacation time for their employees. However, if employers choose to offer a vacation leave, paid or unpaid, to their employees it must comply with applicable state law or employment contract.
Czech Republic Leave Laws
(2 days ago) Czech Republic Leave Laws – Paid Time Off. Vacation/ Annual Paid Leave. Employees are entitled to up to 4weeks of leave per year. Employees become entitled to take a vacation after having worked for 60 days. If the employee works for a shorter time, they can take 1/12 of the total annual leave entitlement.
Alabama Leave Laws
(5 days ago) Alabama law requires that all employees who are registered to vote must be permitted to take necessary time off from work, up to one hour of unpaid leave, to vote in any municipal, county, state or federal primary or general election. Employees must provide reasonable notice to …
Mississippi Leave Laws
(9 days ago) Military Leave. In addition to the federal Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA), Mississippi law provides reemployment and reinstatement rights for members of the United States Armed Forces and members called in active state duty, including the members of any other state. Employees are provided with unpaid leave
Taiwan Leave Laws
(4 days ago) Employers must grant employees leave for public duties pursuant to law and regulations. Employees must be granted leave according to the actual number of days required. Leave is paid. Bereavement Leave Employees are entitled to leave to attend a funeral in accordance with the following:
California Leave Laws
(8 days ago) No federal or state law require an employer to provide the employee with paid or unpaid bereavement leave or with time off to organize or attend a close family member’s funeral. Voting Leave All employers must provide employees with enough time to vote, preferably during the beginning of the end of the employee’s shift.
Idaho Leave Laws
(3 days ago) Idaho Code §§ 46-224, 46-225, 46-407. Members of state National Guard ordered to active duty by the Governor may take up to one year of unpaid leave and are entitled to reinstatement to the former position. Returning employees may not be fired without cause for one year. Members of national guard and reserves may take up to 15 days leave per
Poland leave laws
(4 days ago) Employees who has been employed for at least 10 or more years are entitled to 26 days of annual leave. Vacation may be divided into parts upon the employee’s application. Such part of the vacation leave should last no less than fourteen consecutive calendar days. Rollovers and payout of unused hours. Use-it-or-lose-it policy.
Serbia Leave Laws
(4 days ago) Not specified by law. Military Leave Employees are entitled to unpaid leave in order to attend or finish the military service. The employees are entitled to their previous position, insurance, and all the other working benefits, 15 days after the end of military leave.
Maine Leave Laws
(3 days ago) Under the state law, employers are required to allow rest periods for employees returning from military leave. The amount of rest time required under the Maine law is based on the time spent on military duty. Length of Military Service Length of Rest. 3 or fewer days of military service 24 hours. 3-15 days of military service 48 hours.
Alaska Leave Laws
(4 days ago) Alaska law does not specifically address the treatment of accrued, unused vacation pay. The issue is a contractual relationship between the employer and employees. Use-It-or-Lose-It Policy; Not addressed by state statute. This depends on the employer’s contract and policy.
Singapore Leave Laws
(7 days ago) a maximum of 14 days of paid annual leave. An employee who has been employed for a period of not less than 3 months, but has not completed 12 months of continuous service in any year, is entitled to annual leave in proportion to the number of completed months of service in that year. Rollovers and payout of unused hours.