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The Paid Family Leave Notice is a District of Columbia family leave law poster provided for businesses by the District of Columbia Office Of Human Rights. This is a required poster for all District of Columbia employers, and any business that fails to post this notification may be subject to penalties or fines.

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Information  on  Paid  Family  Leave  in  the  District  of  Columbia  	
Your  employer  is  subject  to  the  District  of  Columbia’s  Paid  Family  Leave  law,  which  provides  covered  employees  paid  time 
off from work for qualifying parental, family, medical,  and  prenatal events. For more information about the Paid Family 
Leave program, please  visit the Office of Paid Family Leave’s  website at dcpaidfamilyleave.dc.gov . 
Covered  Workers  
To  receive  benefits  under  the  Paid  Family  Leave  program, 
you  must work  for  a  covered  employer  in  DC.  To  find out 
if you are a covered worker, you can ask your employer 
or contact the Office of Paid Family Leave using the 
contact  information  below.  Your  employer  is  required  to 
tell you if you are covered by the Paid  Family  Leave 
program.  Additionally, your employer is required to 
provide you  information about the Paid Family Leave 
program  at these three (3) times:  
1.   At  the  ti me  you  were  hired;  
2.   At  least  once  a  year;  and  
3.   If you  ask  your  employer  for  leave that could qualify 
for benefits under the Paid  Family Leave program.  
Covered  Events  
There  are  four  (4)  kinds  of  Paid  Family  Leave  benefits:  
1.  Parental leave -  receive  benefits  to bond  with  a new 
child for up to 12 weeks in a year;  
2.   Family  leave  -  receive  benefits  to  care  for  a  family 
member for up to 12 weeks in a year;  
3.   Medical  leave -  receive  benefits  for  your  own  serious 
health condition for up to 12 weeks in a year; and  
4.   Prenatal  leave  -  receive  benefits  for  prenatal  medical 
care for up to 2 weeks in a year.  
Maximum  Leave  Entitlement  
Each  kind  of  leave  has  its  own  eligibility  rules  and  its  own 
limit  on  the  length  of time you can receive benefits in a 
year.  The  ma ximum  amount  of  leave  for  any  combination 
of parental, family, and medical leave is 12 weeks. 
However,  there  is an  exception  for  pregnant  women  who 
take prenatal leave. Pregnant women are eligible for 2 
weeks  of  prenatal  leave  while  pregnant  and  12  weeks  of 
parental leave after giving birth, for a maximum of 14 
weeks.   Applying
 for  Benefits  
If you have experienced an event that may qualify for 
benefits, be sure to apply no more than 30 days after 
your event. You can learn  more about applying for 
benefits with the Office of Paid Family Leave at 
Benefit  Amounts  
Paid  Family  Leave  benefits  are  based  on  the  wages  your 
employer paid  to  you  and  reported  to the  Department 
of Employment Services. If you  believe your wages 
were reported incorrectly, you have the right to 
provide proof of your correct wages. The current 
maximum weekly benefit amount is $1, 118. 	
Employee  Protection  
The  Office  of  Paid  Family  Leave  does  not  administer  any 
job  protections  for  District  workers  who  take  leave  from 
work.  However,  some  job  protections  may  be  available 
under laws and regulations administered by the 
District’s Office of Human Rights (OHR).  
Under the Universal Paid Leave Act, the Office of Paid 
Family Leave is required to provide notice of the 
1.   That retaliation by a covered employer against a 
covered employee for requesting, applying for, or 
using paid -leave benefits is prohibited;  
2.   That an employee who works for a covered 
employer with under 20 employees shall not be 
entitled to job protection if he or she decides to 
take paid leave pursuant to this act; and  
3.   That  employees  have  a  right  to  file  a  complaint  with 
OHR if they feel they have been retaliated against 
for requesting, applying for, or using paid leave.  
For more information on OHR and job protections, 
please visit the following web address: ohr.dc.gov . 	
For more  information  about  Paid  Family  Leave,  please  visit the Office  of  Paid  Family  Leave’s  website  at dcpaidfamilyleave.dc.gov , call  
202 -899 -3700,  or  email  [email protected] . 
Office  of  Paid  Family  Leave  |  4058  Minnesota  Avenue  NE  |  Washington  DC 20019 	
OPFL  EE Rev. 10/202 3

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More District of Columbia Labor Law Posters 23 PDFS

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