New California Pregnancy Disability Leave Rules Put to the Test

Effective December 30, 2012, California implemented various changes to its Pregnancy Disability Leave Law (PDLL), which are beginning to be put to the test.

The new regulations expand when an employee may be considered “disabled” due to pregnancy, child birth, or a related medical condition, to include: prenatal care, severe morning sickness, doctor-ordered bed rest, childbirth, recovery from childbirth, and any related medical condition.

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