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Farid Yaghoubtil

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The state of California gives pregnant women more protections under the law than the federal laws set in place. The California Fair Employment and House Act (FEHA), like the PDA, protects women from discrimination which includes discrimination against pregnancy, childbirth, and other related medical conditions that arise from that pregnancy. The FEHA is different from the PDA, the FEHA applies to all employers which have just five or more employees under their watch.

Pregnancy Leave From Work

Under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), pregnant employees may be entitled to a special pregnancy leave for any medical condition that arises from their pregnancy, childbirth, or other related issues that arises from their pregnancy. If the employer has at least 50 employees, that employer must comply with FMLA regulations and give their employees up to twelve (12) weeks of unpaid time off to care for their medical needs. In the case of pregnant women, these medical needs are anything which relates to their pregnancy.

Under the state of California, employees can qualify for a temporary disability insurance program which grants them funds for both disability and family leave. This can be very helpful to employees because under this policy an employee who is temporarily unable to work can get up to two-thirds of their salary through this program while they take their leave and tend to their disability. After childbirth, the employee can continue to receive a part of their salary under the state's paid family leave program.

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