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In 2009, New Jersey became one of only two states in the country to enact a family leave insurance law. The state’s Family Leave Insurance program helps workers afford to the take the unpaid leave they were guaranteed under the 1993 Family and Medical Leave Act to bond with a new child or care for a seriously ill family member. In 2002, California had become the first state in the nation to provide paid family leave insurance to workers.

In a new report, Policy in Action: New Jersey’s Family Leave Insurance Program at Age Threeresearchers at Rutgers’ Center for Women and Work (“CWW”) assessed public awareness of New Jersey’s family leave insurance program and the law’s implementation and usage employing data from the state’s Department of Labor and Workforce Development. 

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