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SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Human resources in California has always been a juggling act and now busy credit union HR departments can add a new paid family leave program to the mix. Signed into law last year, beginning July 1, 2004 workers who take time off to care for a seriously ill family member or to bond with a new child will be able to get partial pay for up to six weeks of leave. Effective this month employees’ state disability insurance rate withholdings will increase to cover the new family leave program. The Employment Development Department has updated its Web site to include a frequently asked question page covering employers’ legal responsibilities and a brief article on paid family leave that can be included in a company newsletter.

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