If you’re expecting and will take parental leave soon, getting paid can get a little… complicated. Don't worry, we'll make it easy.
Only 7 states and the District of Columbia offer paid leave through state run programs.
If you’re expecting and will take parental leave soon, getting paid can get a little… complicated. We make it easy, though.
If you live in one of the states listed below, you will be expected to file for the state programs available, which may provide some portion of your pay while on leave. Your company will only pay the portion of paid parental leave not paid by those programs.
Generally, you should apply for paid family leave under the state you physically work (whether remote or not). Your employer’s headquarters and office is not a factor. For example, if you physically work (as a remote employee) in Connecticut, but your employer’s office is headquartered in New York, you would apply for paid family leave benefits in Connecticut. If you are unsure what state to file with, please contact your employer.
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