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  • Betty3
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    Here is some info on *all* the Ca. pregnancy leaves *if* an employee qualified for all the leaves & qualified for the full amount of time each leave allows:

    In Ca. most female employees can take up to 4 mos. of leave for childbearing & pregnancy related disability (subject to med. certification that an actual disability exists) under the Fair Employment & Housing Act. The fed. FMLA & the state act are generally in alignment except in Ca. a woman can take a 4-mo. pregnancy disability leave followed by a 3-mo. fam. med. leave. This is the rare circumstance when leave under the FMLA & Ca. Fam. Rights Act don't run concurrently--FMLA leave will run concurrently with the 4-mos. of pregnancy disability leave, after which the Fam. Rights Act rights can be invoked for an add'l. 3-mo. leave.
    This is all job-protected leave. However, all women will not qualify for the total 7 mos.

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  • adpi1851
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    California pregnancy question

    HR/DisMgr,
    Do you know what is the amount of total time, combining all programs available in california that you can take off after the birth of the baby?
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