California Free Printable Family Leave Law Posters California Pregnancy Disability Leave Poster Poster

The California Pregnancy Disability Leave Poster is a family leave law poster by the California Department Of Industrial Relations. This poster is mandatory for some employers, including employers of 5 to 49 employees.

This poster, which must be posted in workspaces with 5 to 49 employees, contains information on California's labor laws in regards to pregnancy disability leave. The notice also details what obligations an employer has, benefits as an employee, and additional rights workers are qualified to under the California Family Rights Act.


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YOUR RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS AS A 
PREGNANT  EMPLOYEE	
   	
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
   
 
 
 
   
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
  
   
   
    
   
   
 
   
 
 
    
   
 
   
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
      
 	
 
 	
   	
Y OUR 
RIGHTS AND 
OBLIGATIONS 
AS A  PREGNANT
EMPLOYEE 	
 	
YOUR EMPLOYER HAS AN OBLIGATION TO:
  ADDITI	
O	N	AL RIGHTS UNDER CALIFORNIA 
FAMILY RIGHTS ACT (CFRA) LEAVE AND 
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EW PARENT LEAVE ACT (NPLA): 

Under  the  Calif ornia  Family  Rights  Act  of  1993  (CFRA),  if  you  ha ve more  
than  12  months  of  service  with  us  and  ha ve w orked  at  least  1,250  hours  
in  the  12-month  period  before  the  dat e y ou  w ant  to  be gin  your  leave,  and  
if  we  e mploy  50  or  more  e mployees  at  your  worksite  o r within  75  miles  of  
your  worksite,  you  ma y have  a  right  to  a  family  care  or  me dical  leave  
(CFRA  leave).  This  leave  ma y be  u p to  12  workweeks  in  a  12-month  period  
for  the  bi rth,  adoption,  or  foster  car e place ment of  your  child  or  for  y our  
own  serious  health  condition  or  that  of  your  child , parent  or  spo use.  If  we  
employ  les s than  50  employees  at  your  w orksite  or  within  75  miles  of  your  
worksite,  but  at  least  20  employees  at  your  worksite  or  within  75  miles  of  
your  worksite,  you  ma y have  a  right  to  a  family  care  le ave  f or  the  birth,  
adoption,  or  f oster  car e place ment of  your  child  under  the  Ne w Parent  
Leave  A ct  (NPLA).  Similar  to  CFRA  leave,  the  NPLA  leave  ma y be  up  to  12  
workweeks  in  a  12-month  period.  While  the  law  provides  only  unpaid  
leave,  employees  may  choose  or  e mployers  may  require  use  of  accrued  
paid  leave  while  taking  CFRA  leave  u nder  ce rtain  circumstances  and  
employees  may  choose  t o  u se  accr ued paid  le ave  while  taking  NPLA  
leave.*  
*CFRA  and  NPLA  applies  to  all  employees  of  the  state  of  California  and  any  other  po litical  
or  civil  subdivision  of  the  state  and  cit ies,  regardless  of  the  numbe r of  employees.  
This  notice  is  a  summary  of  your  r ights  and  o bligations  under  the  Fair  Employment  and  
Housing  Act  (FEHA).  For  mo re inf ormation  about  your  right s and  obligations  as  a  
pregnant  employee,  contact  y our  employer,  visit  the  De partment  o f Fair  Employment 
and  Ho using’s  w ebsite  at  www.dfeh.ca.gov,  or  contact  DFEH  at  (800 ) 884-1684  (voice 
or  via  relay  operator  7 11),  TTY  (800)  700-2320,  or  [email protected]  The  text 
of  the  FEHA  and  the  regulations  interpreting  it  are  a vailable  on  the  Department  o f Fair 
Em ployment  and  Hou sing’s  w ebsite  at  www.dfeh.ca.gov. 

CONTACT US 

T oll  Free:  (800 ) 884-1684  
TTY : (800) 700-2320  
[email protected] 
www.dfeh.ca.gov   DFEH-E09P-ENG / December
 2019

Other California Labor Law Posters 5 PDFS

There are an additional 29 optional and mandatory California labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print all relevant state labor law posters, as well as all mandatory federal labor law posters.

Poster Name Poster Type
Mandatory Workplace Discrimination and Harassment Poster Workplace Violence Law
Mandatory Notice to Employees - Injuries caused by Work Workers Compensation Law
Mandatory Whistleblower Notice Whistleblower Law
Mandatory Unemployment Insurance Benefits Unemployment Law
Mandatory Unemployment Insurance Benefits (Spanish) Unemployment Law

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