GA: The “Family Care Act” is repealed

Unless extended by an Act of Georgia’s General Assembly, the Family Care Act will be repealed on July 1, 2023. The Family Care Act encourages employers with 25 employees to allow employees who are eligible for sick leave and work at least 30 hours per workweek to take sick leave to care for immediate family … Read more

IL: Employee Sick Leave Act

Amends the Employee Sick Leave Act; provides that the rights afforded under the Act serve as the minimum standard in a negotiated collective bargaining agreement. IL Senate Bill 645

DC: District Government Family Bereavement Leave Expires

EXPIRES: Amends, on a temporary basis, District of Columbia Government Comprehensive Merit Personnel Act of 1978 to provide paid leave for a District government employee when the employee suffers the death of the employees minor child or a stillbirth. DC Bill 609

ME: Vacation Time

Amends the law governing the provision of vacation pay on cessation of employment; under current law, on cessation of employment, if the terms of employment or established practice includes provisions for paid vacations, vacation pay has the same status as wages earned; provides that on cessation of employment all accrued vacation pay must be paid … Read more

Kansas Leave Laws

Vacation Leave In Kansas, employers are not required to provide employees with vacation benefits, either paid or unpaid. KS Dept. of Labor Workplace Laws FAQs. If an employer chooses to provide such benefits, it must comply with the terms of its established policy or employment contract. See Sweet v. Stormont Vail Regional Medical Center, 231 … Read more

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