The statute states that PFL must be taken concurrently with leave under the
federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the California Family Rights
An employer is not required to pay an employee during a CFRA leave, except
when an eligible employee elects, or the employer requires, the employee to use
family care and medical leave provisions for. California employees. These leave
provisions, known as the California Family Rights Act. (CFRA), cover employers ...
Leave Act (FMLA) and the California. Family Rights Act. (CFRA). FMLA is based
on a Federal law and is administered by the U.S.. Department of Labor (DOL), ...
Jul 12, 2013 ... The California Family Rights Act (CFRA) amended the 1991 California family and
medical leave law to generally mirror the federal Family ...
FMLA and CFRA work in tandem to protect workers' rights to family and medical
leave. Learn how the two acts coincide regarding California family leave at ...
Unlike the unpaid family leave program that exists under the California Family
Rights Act, all employers are covered by this legislation, not just those with 50 or
Leave (FMLA) and the California Family Rights Act (CFRA). In this case, PFL
should be taken concurrently with FMLA and/or. CFRA to guarantee job
The California Family Rights Act is a part of the FEHA and very similar to the
FMLA. The CFRA covers private employers with 50 or more workers within 75
Sep 15, 2011 ... The California Family Rights Act (“CFRA” or “Act”) allows eligible employees to
take up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave for their own ...