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StormChaser: PFL Tidbits #4

Posted on Posted in Paid Family Leave

Special Tidbits for NFP’s in New York

MSC employee’s moving to a newly form Coordinated Care Organization (CCO)or another similar type newly formed organization.

Once an employee resigned from a NFP and are hired at a newly formed Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) or similar type organization, they will lose their existing PFL rights under their current employer even if they are currently in an approved PFL claim. Employees will have to meet the 26 consecutive weeks/175 days eligibility period before they are eligible for PFL under the new CCO.

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StormChaser: PFL Tidbits #2

Posted on Posted in Paid Family Leave

 PFL Tidbits #2

Employers are questioning what wages they are to take Paid Family Leave contributions from.  I have reached out to the attorneys at the Worker’s Compensation Board and their response was “employers are to take PFL contributions from any “Wages” as defined under 12 CRR-NY.  We have provided the definition of wages under Title 12 below.

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES, AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, TITLE 12. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR; CHAPTER V. WORKERS’ COMPENSATION; SUBCHAPTER H. DISABILITY BENEFITS; ARTICLE 1. REGULATIONS UNDER DISABILITY BENEFITS LAW; PART 357. WAGES

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