New Hurdles for N.J. Employers Seeking To Comply with Paid Leave Law

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In 2008, New Jersey became the third state, after California and Washington, to enact a paid family leave law. The New Jersey paid leave law amended New Jersey’s existing Temporary Disability Benefits Law to provide Family Leave Insurance (FLI) benefits to eligible employees for up to six weeks of paid leave in a 12-month period in order to care for a family member with a serious health condition or to bond with a newborn or adopted child. The paid leave law became fully effective on July 1, 2009, and FLI benefits are now available to eligible employees.

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