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District of Columbia 2020 Paid Family Leave Peel ‘N Post™

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Update your District of Columbia All-On-One™ or Mobile Poster Pak™ with the 2020 District of Columbia Paid Family Leave Peel ‘N Post™ sticker.

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The 2020 District of Columbia Paid Family Leave Poster Peel ‘N Post™ adheres to existing District of Columbia All-On-One™ Labor Law Posters and Mobile Poster Paks™ to ensure required workplace posters are up to date with state law and posting requirements.

The 2020 District of Columbia Paid Family Leave Poster provides information on the Universal Paid Leave Amendment Act of 2016, also known as the Paid Family Leave Law. The law provides up to eight weeks of parental leave to bond with a new child, six weeks of family leave to care for an ill family member with a serious health condition, and two weeks of medical leave to care for one’s own serious health condition. Starting July 1, 2020, the District will begin administering paid leave benefits.

What Changed?

The Paid Family Leave Poster has been revised to reflect that employees taking paid family leave may be eligible for job protection under the District of Columbia Family and Medical Leave Act (DCFMLA).

Posting Requirement

All District of Columbia employers are required to post and maintain the Paid Family Leave Poster in a conspicuous location where notices to employees are customarily posted. (DC Act 21-682, Sec. 106(h)(i))

All District of Columbia employers are also requried to provide paid family leave notices in electronic and physical form to:

  • All employees at least once between February 1, 2020 and February 1, 2021 and at least once a year every following year;
  • All new employees hired after February 1, 2020 at the time of hire; and
  • Individual employees when the employer receives direct notice after February 1, 2020 of the employee’s need for leave for an event that could qualify for Paid Family Leave benefits.
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