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California Paid Family Leave Law requires employers to provide the Paid Family Leave Pamphlet to new employees and employees who request leave to care for a seriously ill family member or bond with a new child. The pamphlet describes:
- summary of benefits
- how to apply for benefits
- eligibility requirements, exclusions and appeals
- how benefits are calculated
- exclusion of job protection
- EDD contact information and website
California employers are required to distribute to employees specific pamphlets to inform them about their rights and protections under various state programs. Pamphlets and posters are sold separately. Required pamphlets include:
- Required California Workers’ Compensation Time of Hire Pamphlet (#05302 English, #05304 Spanish) – Title 8, California Code of Regulations section 9880 and Labor Code section 3551 require employers to provide to every new employee, either at the time of hire or by the end of the first pay period, this notice of workers’ compensation rights, benefits and obligations under the Workers’ Compensation law.
- Required California State Disability Booklet (DE 2515) (#05303 English, #05306 Spanish) – Employers must provide a copy of this pamphlet to each newly hired employee and to each employee leaving work due to pregnancy or due to sickness or injury that is not related to his/her job.
- Required California State Unemployment Pamphlet (DE 2320) (#05305 English, #05307 Spanish) – Title 22, California Code of Regulations section 1089-1 (d) requires an employer to provide this pamphlet to an employee whenever the employer discharges, lays off, or places the employee on leave of absence.
- Required California Paid Family Leave Pamphlet (DE 2511) (#05705 English, #05708 Spanish) – Employers are required to provide the Paid Family Leave pamphlet to new employees and employees who request leave to care for a seriously ill family member or to bond with a new child.