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Starting July 2014, California's Paid Family Leave Expands
Mintz Levin Link to more items from this source
June 30, 2014
"While each employee's situation is different, generally, an employee who is entitled to FMLA and [California Family Rights Act (CFRA)] leave must take [Paid Family Leave (PFL)] concurrent with leave taken under those acts. But, note that the definition of family member under the FMLA, CFRA, and PFL differ. For example, an employee can take PFL to take care of his seriously-ill grandfather (starting July 1, 2014), but the FMLA's definition of family member does not cover grandparents. So employers will first need to figure out which leave would in fact apply to the employee."

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