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New York Governor Proposes Paid Leave for Prenatal Care

PayrollOrg

New York would be the first state in the nation to require employers to provide employees with paid leave for prenatal care, under a proposal from the governor.

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Chicago Employees to Receive 10 Days of Paid Leave

McDermott Will & Emery Employee Benefits

As of December 31, 2023, all employees physically working in Chicago for at least two hours in a two-week period will earn both one hour of paid leave and one hour of paid sick leave for every 35 hours worked, pursuant to an ordinance passed by the Chicago City Council on November 9, 2023.

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From Parental to Bereavement: The Latest Paid Leave Policy Trends 

International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans

A new survey report from the International Foundation reveals current paid leave trends in workplaces throughout the U.S.

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Federal action is needed to fix paid leave patchwork

Employee Benefit News

State actions on paid leave regularly make it harder for employers to continue providing benefits that exceed the programs they created.

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Illinois Employees Will Receive Paid Leave for Any Reason

PayrollOrg

Starting in 2024, Illinois employers will be required to provide employees with 40 hours of paid leave annually, for any reason.

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Illinois Employees Will Receive Paid Leave for Any Reason

PayrollOrg

Starting in 2024, Illinois employers will be required to provide employees with 40 hours of paid leave annually, for any reason.