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 Family Leave Act Poster PDF

The Family Leave Act Poster is a labor law posters poster by the New Jersey Department Of Labor and Workforce Development. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in New Jersey, and businesses who fail to comply may be subject to fines or sanctions.

This poster, in English, serves to inform employees about New Jersey's laws regarding the Family Leave Act.

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The New Jersey 	 	
Family Leave Act
The New Jersey Family Leave Act entitles certain employees to take up to 12 weeks of family lea\
ve in a 
24-month period without losing their jobs. With some exceptions, employers must provide this type of leave if:	
• The EMPLOYER has at least 50 employees (or at least 30 employees as of June 30, \
or is a government entity, regardless of size.
• The EMPLOYEE has worked for that employer for at least one year, and has worked 	 	
at least 1,000 hours during the last 12 months.
• The LEAVE OF ABSENCE is being taken to care for or bond with a child within 1 y\
ear of the child’s 
birth or placement for adoption or foster care, OR to care for a family \
member, or someone 	 	
who is the “equivalent” of family, who has a serious health condition.	
Note that the New Jersey Family Leave Act 	does not 	provide leave for the employee’s own health condition.	
Employees may be eligible for additional leave under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act.
Except when emergent circumstances require shorter notice, the employee \
must give the employer the 
following notice before taking Family Leave:	
• For intermittent leave, at least 15 days’ notice;
• For consecutive leave to care for a newborn or a child placed for foster \
care or adoption, 	 	
at least 30 days’ notice; and
• For consecutive leave to care for a family member with a serious health c\
notice “in a reasonable and practicable manner.”
• In emergent circumstances, the employee should give the employer as\
 much notice as possible.	
To ensure that the employee meets the eligibility requirements, the emplo\
yer may require the employee to 
provide a certification from a health care provider regarding the family\
 member’s serious health condition, 
the date of a newborn’s birth or the date of placement for adoption or foster care.
South Shore Regional Office	 	
1325 Boardwalk	 	
Atlantic City	 	
Phone: \(609\) 441-3100	 	
Southern Regional Office	 	
5 Executive Campus	 	
Suite 107	 	
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034	 	
Phone: \(856\) 486-4080	 	
Northern Regional Office	 	
31 Clinton Street	 	
Newark, NJ 07102	 	
Phone: \(973\) 648-2700	 	
Central Regional Office	 	
140 East F	 	
Phone: \(609\) 292-4605	 	
visit	 or contact one of the regional offices listed below:	
State regulations require all employers covered by the New Jersey Family Leave Act 	 	to display this official poster in places easily visible to all employee\
s. N.J.A.C. 13:8-2.2.

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