California Paid Family Leave Pamphlets - MASTFL
Each pack contains 20 California Paid Family Leave (PFL) pamphlets.
Compliance Alert: On July 1, 2022, CalChamber received official updates from the California Employment Development Department (EDD) to its English version of the PFL pamphlet (REV 20, dated 3/22). CalChamber recommends that all California employers begin distributing the revised PFL pamphlet containing simplified instructions regarding the leave. These updates to the Spanish version of the pamphlet (REV 20, dated 3/22) were released in late September 2022.
CalChamber's 2023 pamphlet will reflect the mandatory updates.
California employers must provide employees information about their rights to Paid Family Leave (PFL) benefits at the time of hire, and when taking a leave of absence for a reason that may entitle them to benefits.
Each pack contains 20 PFL pamphlets. You’ll need both the English and Spanish versions if you have Spanish-speaking employees.
Remember, not informing employees of their rights in the workplace can result in lawsuits and fines.
Part of the State Disability Insurance (SDI) program, PFL benefits provide eligible employees partial wage replacement for as much as eight weeks during any 12-month period.
Information in the PFL pamphlet is required by California state law and must be provided to all new employees AND employees taking a leave of absence for a reason that may entitle them to PFL wage replacement benefits, such as caring for a seriously ill family member or to bond with a new child.
Including these pamphlets in your orientation kits and giving one to every employee taking a leave for a covered reason fulfill an important legal obligation.
The PFL pamphlet:
- Describes the PFL Benefits Program
- Outlines what makes employees eligible or ineligible for PFL benefits
- Explains how to apply for the benefits
- Fulfills your legal obligation to distribute PFL benefit information to all new hires and again to those becoming absent for a covered reason
DE 2511 Rev. 20 (Dated 3/22) and DE 2511/S Rev. 20 (Dated 3/22)