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Big Bucks for Baby-Bonding: San Francisco Passes Employer-Paid Parental Leave Ordinance

Staying true to form, earlier this month San Francisco passed the nation’s first fully-paid parental leave law known as the Paid Parental Leave for Bonding with New Child Ordinance (“Paid Parental Leave Ordinance”). ...more

8 Things Employers Need to Know About San Francisco’s New Fully Paid Parental Leave Ordinance

On April 21, 2016, Mayor Ed Lee signed The Paid Parental Leave for Bonding with New Child Ordinance making San Francisco the first U.S. city mandating employees are provided with six weeks of fully paid parental leave for the...more

San Francisco Becomes First U.S. City To Require Employer-Funded Paid Parental Leave

This month, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously approved an ordinance that provides six weeks of parental leave for bonding with a new child at 100% of the employee’s rate of pay (subject to certain caps). The...more

Bonding by the Bay: San Francisco Mandates Paid Parental Leave

On April 21, 2016, Mayor Ed Lee signed an ordinance (File No. 160065) making San Francisco the first municipality to require private employers to compensate employees while on parental bonding leave. Under the law, dubbed the...more

New York and California Increase the Minimum Wage; New York and San Francisco Enact Paid Family Leave Laws

New York State Enacts Phased-In $15 Per Hour Minimum Wage - On April 4, 2016, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation enacting a statewide $15 per hour minimum wage plan. Under the legislation, New York’s...more

Parental Leave Precautions

Last week, Coca-Cola announced that many new parents at the company (domestic non-bargaining employees) will soon be eligible for six weeks of paid leave. The benefits, which supplement existing short-term disability benefits...more

New York Budget Deal Will Bring $15 Minimum Wage and Broad Paid Leave Legislation

On April 4, 2016, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation to phase in an increased minimum wage and guarantee paid family leave to all eligible employees throughout New York State. The legislation was part of the...more

Employment Law This Week: Paid Parental Leave, NLRB’s Top Issues, Health History Forms, Final Fiduciary Rule [Video]

We invite you to view Employment Law This Week - a weekly rundown of the latest news in the field, brought to you by Epstein Becker Green. We look at the latest trends, important court decisions, and new developments that...more

San Francisco Becomes the First City to Provide Fully Paid Parental Leave

San Francisco has just given the employees of its resident companies quite the baby shower gift. On April 5, 2016, San Francisco passed its Paid Parental Leave law. The local ordinance will leverage off of the California Paid...more

New Legislation Makes San Francisco the First City to Mandate Fully Paid Parental Leave for Employees

On April 5, 2016, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously approved legislation that would require most San Francisco employees to receive six weeks of fully paid parental leave. The new ordinance requires nearly...more

San Francisco Ordinance Requires Six Weeks of Fully Paid Parental Leave

San Francisco just became the first city in the United States to require employers to provide workers with up to six weeks of fully paid parental leave for the birth or adoption of a child. This benefit applies to mothers and...more

Race to the Highest Minimum: California Minimum Wage Increase and San Francisco’s New Parental Leave Ordinance

California’s newly increased minimum wages will impact employers in two ways. First, minimum wage employees will have to be paid the higher minimum wage. Second, salaried exempt employees in California must be paid no less...more

Paid Parental Leave: San Francisco Will Require Employers To Provide Paid Leave And California Will Increase Benefits Available...

On Tuesday, April 5, 2016, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously approved legislation that would require private employers in the city to provide partial compensation to employees taking leave to bond with a...more

New Law Expands California’s Paid Family Leave and State Disability Insurance

Approximately 15 years ago California became the first state to provide paid time off to workers to care for a new child or ailing family member. The law, which is funded by required worker contributions, provides for up to...more

San Francisco Approves City Ordinance Providing For Fully Paid Parental Leave

In yet another recent development on the hot topic of paid family leave, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors has unanimously approved local legislation requiring businesses to provide employees with up to 6 weeks of fully...more

News Flash: San Francisco To Require 6-Weeks Paid Parental Leave

On April 5, 2016, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously passed an ordinance requiring local businesses to effectively provide their employees with six-weeks of fully-paid parental leave. Click here to view. ...more

New York Enacts Paid Family Leave Law and Increases Minimum Wage Rate

On March 31, 2016, New York State lawmakers finalized a budget deal that included: (1) a bill mandating paid family leave for most employees (the "Paid Family Leave Law") and (2) a statewide incremental increase to a $15 per...more

Family Matters: Governor Cuomo Unveils an Ambitious Plan for Paid Family Leave and a Higher Minimum Wage in New York

On April 4, 2016, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law paid family leave and statewide increases to the minimum wage, making New York the fourth state to guarantee paid family leave and one of a number of states gradually...more

San Francisco Enacts Paid Parental Leave Law and California Increases Minimum Wage

San Francisco will become the first US city to enact a mandatory fully paid parental leave for employees, and California will increase its statewide minimum wage to $15.00 per hour. San Francisco Paid Parental Leave...more

San Francisco Will Require Employers To Provide Paid Parental Leave: FAQs For Employers

The City of San Francisco just became the first city in the country to pass legislation requiring many employers to provide workers with paid parental leave, entitled the “Paid Parental Leave Ordinance.” Starting in 2017,...more

San Francisco Becomes First U.S. City to Approve Fully Paid Leave for New Parents

On April 5, 2016, San Francisco, California's Board of Supervisors approved a measure mandating that San Francisco employers provide six weeks of fully paid leave during a calendar year for new parents, including mothers,...more

San Francisco Passes Fully Paid Parental Leave (for Most)

On April 5, 2016, San Francisco became the first American jurisdiction to mandate fully paid parental leave for parents to bond with their child. California already provided six weeks of partially paid leave through the...more

New York State Adopts Paid Family Leave and $15/Hour Minimum Wage

New York state has enacted two new major employment laws that all New York employers need to prepare for: (1) the most comprehensive paid family leave law in the country commencing in 2018; and (2) beginning Dec. 31, 2016,...more

San Francisco’s Mandatory Fully Paid Parental Leave Law – Will It Be California’s New Reality?

On April 5, 2016, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously passed a law requiring all San Francisco businesses with more than 20 employees to supplement parental leave payments made by the State of California. The...more

New York State Passes 12-Week Paid Family Leave Law

On April 4, 2016, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation adopting a 12-week paid family leave policy for New York employees (the “Paid Leave Law”). (The text of the Paid Leave Law can be found in Part SS of...more

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