States, cities tackle COVID-19 paid leave

Side view of young woman with protective face mask in town, she standing in front at the bus stop and waiting for her transport after work.

To alleviate some of the economic strain on employees unable to work due to COVID-19, some state and local authorities have begun to implement new paid leave requirements. Other jurisdictions are modifying existing leave laws or benefit programs to accommodate employees’ needs during the pandemic.

This GRIST provides brief summaries of new state and local paid leave benefits, as well as guidance addressing how current paid leave benefits apply during the COVID-19 pandemic. Download the print-friendly PDF to read the full 30-page article.

Katharine Marshall
by Katharine Marshall

Principal, Mercer’s Law & Policy Group

Catherine Stamm
by Catherine Stamm

Principal, Mercer’s Law & Policy Group

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