Find Out If You Need To Provide PFL For Your Business
December 19, 2017
Starting January 1, 2018, the new Paid Family Leave (PFL) Law in New York, requires private-sector organizations and private employers to provide paid time off for specific life events. But knowing if you need to provide PFL for your staff and people who work for you can be a little confusing. Whether you run a small family business with just one or two employees, a Fortune 500 corporation with hundreds or thousands of employees, or if you have a nanny, personal assistant, etc. working in your private home — knowing if you need to provide PFL can be tricky.
Take our quick and easy quiz that will help you determine if you need to provide PFL.
Get the answer you need today – January 1, 2018, is almost here!
PFL Expert Tip:
Even if you have to provide PFL, there may be some classes of employees at your organization that are excluded. Learn more about excluded classes here.
This blog post is for informational purposes only and is not intended to provide legal counsel. Please consult with an appropriate professional for legal and compliance advice. Any PFL information is as of the blog post’s date stamp; it is based on the applicable statutes and regulation, and may change as regulations evolve or NY State issues guidance regarding Paid Family Leave regulations. Have more questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org