Navigating state paid leave is complicated.
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Review state-by-state paid family leave programs.
The current status of PFL

The paid family leave landscape is fragmented and messy.

Only 9 states and the District of Columbia have implemented paid family leave programs, leaving most employees without coverage.
Programs are currently available in: California, Colorado, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, Washington, and the District of Columbia
An additional 4 states will implement PFL programs through May 2026
Even with these state programs, over 75% of working Americans do not have access to paid parental leave
Are you eligible for paid family leave?

Determining program eligibility can be tricky. We can help.

As always, contact HR directly if you have questions.
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.
Generally, you should apply for paid family leave under the state you physically work (whether remote or not).
If you live or work in one of these states, you may be eligible even if you are a non-birthing parent or a domestic partner.
If you don't live or work in one of the states below, you likely don't have a state program to apply for. Contact HR for more details or refer your employer to learn about how Parento can support you and your colleagues.
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