Paid Family & Medical Leave

Christina Hageny

leads Valor with over a decade
of CPP / PHR professional
experience

Paid Family & Medical Leave

Christina Hageny

leads Valor with over a decade
of CPP / PHR professional
experience

California (State Disability Insurance)

  • Employer contribution – N/A
  • Employee contribution – 1% of wages up to $1258,642 (2020)

Connecticut (Paid Family & Medical Leave)

  • Employer contribution – N/A
  • Employee contribution – .5% of wages up to the Social Security cap (eff 1/1/2021)

Massachusetts (Paid Family & Medical Leave)

  • Employer contribution – .372% for Medical Leave on wages up to SS cap (only required for employers with 25+ covered employees) (employers can choose to pay for all or some of the employee’s contributions)
  • Employee contribution – .13% for Family Leave, .248% for Medical Leave of wages up to the Social Security tax wage base

New Jersey (Family Leave)

  • Employer contribution – N/A
  • Employee contribution – .28% of wages up to $138,200 (2021)

New York (Paid Family Leave)

  • Employer contribution – 0% (employer may choose to pay on behalf of employees)
  • Employee contribution – .511% of gross wages; max contribution is $385.34 per year (2021)

Oregon (Paid Family & Medical Leave)

  • Employer contribution – .4% (employers can choose to cover some or all of the employee’s contribution also) (effective 2022)
  • Employee contribution – .6% (effective 2022)

Rhode Island (Paid Leave)

  • Employer contribution – N.A
  • Employee contribution – 1.3% of wages up to $72,300 (2020)

Washington (Paid Family & Medical Leave)

  • Employer contribution – .147% of wages up to the Social Security wage cap (only required for employers with 50+ employees)
  • Employee contribution – .253% of wages up to the Social Security wage cap

Washington DC

  • Employer contribution – .62% of wages (no cap)
  • Employee contribution – N/A