Statutory Disability and Paid Family and Medical Leave Laws

Statutory Disability and Paid Family and Medical Leave Laws

Keeping up-to-date and compliant with the ever-growing collection of federal, state and other disability,paid family leave laws, and paid medical leave laws is no simple task. In fact, it can be a full-time job. Failure to abide by relevant laws and regulations can expose companies, and in some cases supervisors and managers personally, to fines, lawsuits and other penalties.


To provide you with the most current, detailed and accurate information about these many statutes and regulations, Reliance Matrix employs dedicated legal and regulatory compliance experts who monitor, compile and share information and insights to help you stay on track.

Assembled here, and organized by federal, state and/or territorial jurisdiction, are summaries of the various statutory disability, state temporary disability plans, state paid medical leave and state paid family leave laws. Simply click on the state below and you’ll be shown a clear distillation of the core provisions of the various plans in that jurisdiction as we understand them to date.

To ensure you have the most current information on any particular geography, as well as commentary on the various plans and statutes, we encourage you to visit and subscribe to the Absence Mentor blog, our channel for sharing thoughts and research on industry developments, legislative updates and other topics of interest.

For additional questions or assistance complying with these statutes and regulations, please contact your local Reliance Matrix account manager or sales representative.

Last Edited: June 14, 2024

The information referenced above and provided on this site will be updated as necessary. PLEASE NOTE this information does not constitute legal advice. You should always consult your broker and/or legal counsel for advice on the appropriate benefits solution based on your specific group or situation.

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