While COVID-19 measures are still a huge part of the legislative landscape, state and municipal lawmakers are also grappling with the issue of time off for workers. Several states and a California city have leave requirements that go into effect in 2022. The changes include a new requirement for paid leave, expanding the definition of family members that qualify for leave, and adding small businesses to an already existing paid leave requirement.


Golden State lawmakers in September expanded the definition of family members to include parents-in-law.

California employees will soon be able to take leave to care for in-laws.

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