Nathaniel M. Glasser, M. Carter DeLorme, Ann Knuckles Mahoney, Eric I. Emanuelson, Jr., and Catherine Kang, attorneys in the Employment, Labor & Workforce Management Briefing, co-authored an article in the Employee Relations Law Journal, titled, “Maryland Legislature Overrides Veto to Enact Paid Family and Medical Leave Program.”
Following is an excerpt (see below to download the full version in PDF format):
- To care for a newborn child or a child newly placed for adoption, foster care, or kinship care within the first year or the birth, adoption, or placement;
- To care for a family member with a serious health condition;
- To attend to the employee’s own serious health condition that prevents the employee from performing the functions of the employee’s position;
- To care for a military servicemember with a serious health condition resulting from military service who is the employee’s next of kin; or
- For a qualifying exigency due to the deployment of a family member for military service.
This article originally appeared as an Epstein Becker Green Insight in May 2022.