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PART 1: Intro to MEDICAL LEAVEs. Department of Human Resources Medical Leave Program City and County of San Francisco. Overview: Know your leaves & benefits . City Employee Benefits Employee Handbook, Civil Service Rules, City Charter, MOU City Laws & Ordinances

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Part 1 intro to medical leaves

PART 1: Intro to MEDICAL LEAVEs

Department of Human Resources

Medical Leave Program

City and County of San Francisco


Overview know your leaves benefits
Overview: Know your leaves & benefits

  • City Employee Benefits

  • Employee Handbook, Civil Service Rules, City Charter, MOU

  • City Laws & Ordinances

  • Sick Leave, Parental Pay, CIP, FFWO

  • State Laws

  • CFRA, PDL, FEHA, Kin Care, Organ Donor

  • Federal Laws

  • FMLA, ADA


Ccsf only employee benefits
CCSF ONLY Employee Benefits

*Employee Handbook pp. 32-33


Ccsf only employee benefits1
CCSF ONLY Employee Benefits

*Civil Service Rule 120, Article IV


Ccsf only employee benefits2
CCSF Only Employee Benefits

*Employee Handbook p. 35


End CFRA

End FMLA

End PDL

Discretionary Leave

Birth

4.5 Months


End PDL

Birth

End FMLA

End CFRA

7 Months


  • Leaves That May Run Concurrent

  • (Always Look for Exceptions to Concurrent Use)






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