Many states have their own paid and unpaid leave requirements on a wide variety of issues, such as blood donation, court attendance, domestic violence/sexual trauma, election duty, volunteer fire fighter duty, state family medical and sick time requirements, adoption and birth, pregnancy disability, jury duty, military/civil air patrol, organ donation, school activity/visitation, and voting.
For companies with employees in multiple states throughout the country, it is becoming more and more burdensome to comply with these ever changing state leave requirements.
O-D Comply: State Leave Laws provides an up to date compilation of state leave requirements and a concise guide to legal compliance along with the nuances of the applicable leave requirements in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. During the 12 month subscription period, you will receive legal updates on new leave requirements from across the country as well as practical advice on how these leave requirements affect your business.
For questions, additional details, or subscription information, contact the Ogletree Deakins attorney with whom you normally work or the Ogletree Deakins State Leave Laws team at firstname.lastname@example.org.