Jonathan Geissler September 27, 2017 No Comments

PFL and DBL Benefit ComparisonNew York State Paid Family Leave (PFL) is an employee paid benefit that will provide eight weeks (increasing to 12 weeks by 2021) of job-protected, paid leave within any 52-week period to address family related issues.

The program is set to go into effect on January 1, 2018, but that doesn’t mean employers shouldn’t start preparing NOW. As an employer, we suggest you begin preparations for these new requirements by reviewing and revising current policies and practices. Creating new comprehensive policies will ensure full compliance with the law’s requirements, including the leave of absence and job reinstatement provisions.

LiDAC has provided a fantastic benefit comparison for illustrative purposes highlighting some of the criteria related to NYS PFL and DBL (Disability Benefits Law). Click here to view the comparison.

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Related:

New York State Paid Family Leave (PFL)

NYS PFL Employer Checklist

NY PFL Rate and Benefit Changes for 2019