Those who give the gift of adoption or become resource parents are eligible for up to six weeks of paid time off in a 12-month period. The time off for family bonding is thanks to two changes to the state’s family leave laws that went into effect January 1, 2018. New parents don’t have to use all their time off at once; they can spread it out over time.
You can use the California Employment Development Department benefits calculator to determine how much you can expect, providing you meet the requirement of childbirth, adoption or foster care.
Triad Family Services can assist you and your partner in the process of adoption.
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Adoption and Foster Care Parents Get Paid Time Off to Bond With New Children
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Posted by Joseph M. Long on 10/04/2018 05:12AM