This category contains questions and answers regarding the absence of work due to pregnancy, childbirth, and the care of a newborn child, both for the mother (maternity leave) and father (paternity leave).
This category contains questions and answers regarding the absence of work due to pregnancy, childbirth, and the care of a newborn child, both for the mother (maternity leave) and father (paternity leave).
o days! Not all employers offer that through.
Maternity leave is usually funded by short term disability insurance. There needs to be a medical reason behind why you are unable to work. There needs to be some medical complication documented by your doctor in order for your early maternity leave to be paid.
Your doctor needs to certify that you are unable to perform the material and substantial duties of your full time occupation.
This isn't so much a health question unless you are having problems carrying the baby to term and your doctor has suggested you stay in bed. If that is not the case, it is usually more of a financial question, depending on how many weeks of paid maternity leave you can expect, if any. Whether you can begin getting paid maternity leave before the birth of your baby depends on what your employer allows… Read More
10 weeks prior to the leave
my daughter had back surgery Friday. This was not workers comp. she does not know how her back was injured. does the state of South Carolina have short term disability? she has not been working at her present place of employment long enough to qualify for anything through that company. she was a seven year employee at her previous place f employment. is there any assistance available through the state of South Carolina or any… Read More
Georgia does not have state disability insurance. You need to approach your employer, and ask to make the option of short term disability coverage available to you and your co-workers. It is something you would pay for yourself through payroll deduction, so there is no direct cost to your employer.
Leave him!If he goes ta work,pack your stuff and go, your a free woman,u shouldn't be stuck with him,change ur cell # and only tell one person were ur going.It has to be a person u realy,realy trust though,o.k so u so this and quick!don't wait! Answer You didn't say whether you had just fallen out of love with him or if you were abused. Either way don't stay in an unhappy marriage whether it's… Read More
Yes, all employer paid benefits and wages are taxable. There is a way around that if you are an executive. 4lifeguild
Death. There is sometimes a retroactive benefit that after you have satisfied the elimination period it starts paying back to day 1. 4lifeguild
Unemployment insurance is intended for people who lose their jobs. Many employers will hold jobs open during maternity leave - meaning you probably will be denied. If your employer does not hold your job open, then you would have a legitimate claim. Short term disability insurance is intended to replace your income during maternity leave, not unemployment insurance. Update: You can't collect unemployment when you are on medical leave. You can collect unemployment and still… Read More
You can receive disability while on maternity leave under a few scenarios. If you live in a state with state short term disability your maternity leave will be a covered benefit. Those states are CA, HI, NJ, NY, and RI. If you bought an individual short term disability policy BEFORE getting pregnant, your maternity leave will be covered.
In the US in most locations yes you can. Though it depends on your exact circumstance. You cannot draw FOR maternity leave. This link in the Related Link below will go through all the instances where you can and why as well as when you can't and why for most states. Unemployment insurance is intended for people who lose their jobs. Many employers will hold jobs open during maternity leave - meaning you probably will… Read More
You should not tell them and it is illegal for them to ask. It is also illegal to fire someone over it or not hire someone for being pregnant. Just don't tell them about your personal life at all, it is none of their business and they would be unethical to ask anything personal.
The rule of thumb is that short term disability insurance will cost about an hour's wage per week in order to replace 2/3 of your income for 12 months. For example, a person earning $20 per hour and working 40 hours per week earns $40,000 per year or $3,333 per month. 2/3 income replacement would equal 2,200 per month of coverage. The cost for this coverage would be $20 per week, or $1,040 annually. Actual… Read More
In the U.S. employers with more than 50 employees are required to offer you an unpaid leave. Some states have additional regulations for smaller employers. Five states require employers to offer short term disability insurance that covers maternity leave: CA, HI, NJ, NY, and RI. Many employers offer company paid or voluntary short term disability insurance. Employees who elect this option will have valuable income replacement during their maternity leave.
Certainly, it is required by law in most places.
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Ultrasounds measure the size of the fetus to predict a due date and are usually very accurate, within two weeks, so I would safely assume that it would not be off by five weeks. You can ask your doctor, it won't be the first time he or she has answered that question,I promise. Also it depends on when the U/S is. U/S before 12 weeks of pregnancy are very accurate, plus or minus 2 weeks… Read More
I received an email today and if I send in 60% of the money owed within the next 10 days, they will stop the court hearing that is set for Feb. 15. My credit report will show paid for a lesser amount and the account at the Collectors office will show paid in full. I don't know if this is good or not but it seems like its the best I can do. I didn't… Read More
The answer depends on when your coverage became effective. Most plans are effective after a time frame (ex: the 1st month following your date of hire, etc.). In order to be eligible your coverage would have to be effective while you are still working and prior to going out. Secondly, it would also depend if your plan has a pre-existing condition limitation. If the answer is yes, your claim would be denied because your condition… Read More
In my experience as an insurance agent the disability insurance policy I can offer specifically excludes pregnancy. Also, from what I have seen with other policies is that since pregnancy is planned, in most cases, it is not considered a disability. It is similar to being pregnant and not being able to be excepted if you apply for health insurance until after the pregnancy. This may be true for policies sold direct. However, Short Term… Read More
In CA you would I am scheduled to have my baby at the end of March 2004, and plan to take six weeks of maternity leave from my job. Will I be able to claim an additional six weeks of Paid Family Leave to bond with my baby after July 1, 2004, when Paid Family Leave benefits begin? Yes. You can file a claim for Paid Family Leave insurance benefits to bond with your baby… Read More
Yes they can. Maternity leave is designed to allow you the time needed to have the child and then return to work. If we decide to quit the job then we don't get to keep the benefit. This could be viewed as gaming the system.
If Long Term Disabilty is denying you because on the date of the claim you were in the pre-x period then it would be forever. When the pre-x time is over - then it would cover a NEW claim. Not a pending one. Check YOUR actual policy for exact details. For more information www.SteveShorr.com/disability.htm
Yes, in most cases spouses can receive maternity leave, the only circumstances that it would not be permitted is if the soldier was to go to the field for a train-up for a deployment. As long as the paperwork is processed in advance they should have no issues.
California State Disabilty Covers Maternity -
yes, if a girl gets pregnant and then has a sex change while pregnant
You need to contact the rep for your insurance and/or speak with your office manager. Insurance can be specific to individual companies, so really not a good way to answer this for you. So sorry!
"From the question it self and the word vaction" the reason for having a vacation leave is that you need to have a vacation, right?
In the state of Missouri you absolutely can qualify for FMLA assuming you have been at your job 12 months or more.
There is nothing that can prevent you from returning to work, but you may forfeit your remaining disability benefits.
Many short term disability policies that you can buy through your employer will pay a benefit for you maternity leave - provided you apply preconception. Check your policy for maternity pay coverage.
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Maternity leave benefits for pediatricians probably does not differ from any other occupation. Short term disability insurance is the primary vehicle for funding maternity leave pay. It pays a six week benefit for vaginal delivery, and an eight week benefit for c-section delivery. The benefit is the same regardless of occupation.
Subject: Application for maternity leave. Dear Sir, With reference to the subject I would like to state that I am Pregnant for more than eight months now. My delivery due date is between November 14-17, 2012. I am really in need of bed rest now as the Doctor advise me. ce to the subject I would like to state that I am Pregnant for more than eight months now. My delivery due date is between… Read More
yes or you could go to prison
The answer depends on the state you work in, your employer's maternity leave policy, and how smart you were before getting pregnant. If you live in a state with mandated short term disability coverage you will be paid a percentage of your gross weekly wage for six to eight weeks. Those states are California, Hawaii, New Jersey, New York, and Rhode Island. Some employers choose to offer paid maternity leave benefits. Check with the HR… Read More
The answer depends upon the state where you work, your employer maternity leave benefits, and whether you bought individual short term disability insurance before getting pregnant. Five states have mandatory short term disability coverage that pays a benefit for maternity leave: CA, HI, NJ, NY, RI. Check your state department of labor. A small portion of employers provide maternity leave pay as part of their maternity leave benefit policy. Check with your employer. Most employers… Read More
There is no paid maternity leave law in Illinois. Maternity leave pay is created by short term disability insurance, and only five states mandate coverage. Short term disability insurance for pregnancy and maternity leave is readily available to Illinois workers through private insurers.
It depends on how long you can afford to stay at home bonding with your baby. Most employers do not offer paid leave. You can apply for short term disability insurance before getting pregnant, and your income will be replaced for up to 8 weeks.
It is my understanding that these are two entirely separate programs, designed for different circumstances and differing conditions. Just as a leave of absence under the FMLA provisions do not in any way interfere with those circumstances adjusted and covered by workman's compensation, the workman's compensation program and provisions do not in any way coincide with or tend to alter the guarantees or terms under FMLA. Those things covered under the Family Medical Leave Act… Read More
Certainly there are but your present condition would be exluded. You can still apply even if you are already pregnant. Your pregnancy and maternity leave will not be covered, but you will have income replacement in case of accidents and illnesses. Keep the policy, and future pregnancies and maternity leaves will be covered.
No. The issue of the children's mother being on maternity leave has no bearing on child support obligations. The money is for the children's care not for the ex-spouse.
Yes, the paycheck would still be subject to up a 25 percent garnishment. The garnishment wouldn't be given on the full salary.
Only you can really answer this one. I suggest you have a long chat with this Marine and ask how much leave he gets off. If you love someone then they are worth waiting for. He may not want to get serious because he won't be around that much, and you may not want to wait, so it's time to sit down and talk it out. There are ways of working it out. What is… Read More
Answer What about State Disability? State disability applies only to people who work in the state. Currently there are five states that mandate coverage: CA, HI, NJ, NY, and RI. If you live in one of these states you will likely get some benefit. If you live in one of the 45 states that do not, you must apply for short term disability insurance preconception, and your maternity leave will be a covered benefit. Individual… Read More
it depends what was in your origanal contract if there where a certain amount of days that you where allowed and you exceeded them than yes but if not than he has to provide you with a reason why he fired you Answer Yes. If I have a stroke tomorrow and can never work again, at some point my employer is going to let me go, unless I quit. If you have a serious illness… Read More
== == It doesn't look like your protected under the Federal Family Leave Act Synopsis of Law Covered employers must grant an eligible employee up to a total of 12 workweeks of UNPAID leave during any 12-month period for one or more of the following reasons: for the birth and care of the newborn child of the employee; for placement with the employee of a son or daughter for adoption or foster care; to care… Read More
Check your disability policy to see if it covers on-the-job accidents. Most don't, but some do. Typically they will pay 50% of the monthly benefit amount for on-the-job accidents.
No. Only the Federal laws apply, there is no additional state law regarding maternity leave in IL.
The answer is NO! if you are an eligible employee. If this has already happened to you it is time to interview a few employment attorneys to discuss you options. You may have a viable suit against your employer. I suggest you keep a daily diary of everything that happens and your emotional feelings during this time. Covered employers must grant an eligible employee up to a total of 12 workweeks of unpaid leave during… Read More
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Yes. Once it has been determined by your medical doctor that you are able to return to work again, you are expected at work the next day. If you fail to show up for work, the company may consider it a 'voluntary quit' and/or terminate you.
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Yes. Unfortunately. There are also many men leaving pregnant wives or ones with newborns. Getting a man to marry you doesn't guarantee that he will be around forever.
Short term disability replaces your income if you become injured or sick and can't work. The benefit period is limited to 3, 6, 12, or 24 months. The policy stops paying benefits if your disability lasts longer than the benefit period.
Massachusetts does not have state mandated short term disability. You can get coverage through your employer. Just ask them to make a voluntary short term disability policy available to you via payroll deduction. You pay for the policy.
It depends on several factors, and the type of disability coverage you may have. Massachusetts does not mandated state short term disability insurance, so there is no state sponsored program to cover your maternity leave. Social Security Disability is not designed to cover maternity leave at all. You many have purchased individual short term disability insurance before getting pregnant. If so, you made a smart move. Short term disability will cover your maternity leave for… Read More
Only for your first 6 months leave - any time after that does not accumilate leave.
Self employed people have a difficult time with maternity leave. If they work in a state with mandated short term disability insurance coverage, they usually are not required to pay into the system - and therefor have no coverage. Private short term disability is available through groups. If you are paid as a 1099 employee, you can get private disability through payroll deduction from your 1099 payor. This is the best route to take.
You can simply state your reasons for leaving temporarily. If you need to work and accumulate more finances or if you are leaving to help your parents or a sick relative. Make sure you let them know when you plan on coming back.
Yes because you are having a baby.
Most health insurance plans are designed to cover the cost of your treatments: doctor and hospital expenses. These plans do not replace your income during maternity leave. Short term disability insurance is designed to replace your income, and will pay a 8 week benefit for c-section, and a 6 week benefit for vaginal delivery. You need to apply for coverage before getting pregnant in order to be covered.
Pennsylvania does not provide any state maternity leave benefits. You will have to check with your employer to see what maternity benefits, if any, that are offered. Many people elect to purchase short term disability insurance before getting pregnant. This is the best way to create maternity leave compensation.
In most cases you cannot collect unemployment after maternity leave. If your maternity leave is over, your doctor has determined that you can go back to work. Unemployment is intended for those who are laid off from work.
Most places will give 6-8 weeks, although some places will give you three months.
Depending on where you live, an employer is obligated to give one 12 weeks of Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) time off; however, whether the employer pays one is up to the individual company. In most cases NOT. Usually one applies for unemployment benefits during the six-twelve weeks off.
Missouri does not have a mandated short term disability program. Your best bet is to apply preconception for individual short term disability insurance. Your maternity leave will be a covered benefit.
It depends on your employer's benefit plan, your state of residence, and if you purchased short term disability insurance before getting pregnant. Some employer will provide some maternity leave pay - but this is very rare. Five states mandate that workers purchase short term disability insurance: which pays a benefit for normal delivery. Private short term disability insurance is available in all 50 states, and when purchased preconception, will pay maternity leave benefits.
Yes an employer can terminate an employee if the employee is abusing medical leave. However, if the employee is using FMLA, then they are likely protected.
When a person has a baby, they can take up to 12 weeks off under the Family and Medical Leave Act, but this is an unpaid leave. Some employers may offer a certain amount of compensation, but how much and when the benefits will be paid is up to the employer.
Bank employees are entitled to vacation leave that is part of the job. There is not a certain amount of vacation that they have to be given.
Sometimes you just can work for or with another person - or there is a better opportunity at another job
make sure you don't have any feeling for her anymore because its not rally fair to the girl if you leave her then come back again the next month. tell her calmly that its not working out and tell her that it wouldn't be fair to her if you guys are still together, but you don't feel anything for her anymore. make sure that you think it over, because you don't want any regrets. say… Read More
You were paid disability benefits because your delivery was a covered benefit. You were entitled to the benefit because you paid the premium, and your medical condition qualified for a benefit payment. Enjoy your time bonding with your baby. You are in the clear.
During a legislated or approved leave of absence from work, employment is considered continuous. Therefore, an employee is still considered employed, though not earning wages. The leave does not affect employees' right to take vacation time; it only affects the amount of vacation wages earned. See the Vacations and Vacation Pay page for details on earning and paying vacation. Maternity leave is an unpaid leave so you would be entitled to vacation pay service Canada… Read More
NJ has mandated disability coverage for people who work in the state. It covers all workers, regardless of medical history.
Army policies with respect to pregnancy are general in nature, reflect DoD guidance, and are designed to protect both the rights of women soldiers and the efficacy of the organization. Army regulation states the separation policy for pregnant soldiers is strictly voluntary (unless discovered while in basic training then the separation is involuntary). Once pregnant, Soldiers may choose to remain in the Army or separate. Officers may choose to remain in the Service or request… Read More
I am a booth renter in a salon. I am incorporated. The Salon owner charges me $300 a week for my booth rent. Is it legal for the Salon owner to charge me the $300 a week while i am on maternity leave, and not in the salon taking clients?
Unless you've been informed in writing to the contrary, or your contract says otherwise
Short term disability insurance covers your normal delivery. It pays a six week benefit for vaginal delivery, and an eight week benefit for c-section delivery. Your coverage must begin before getting pregnant to qualify for this benefit. If you live in a state with mandated coverage you may qualify. These states are CA, HI, NJ, NY, and RI.
Is the employer the DI company (self insured) or is there a DI company? Ultimately you would need to ask the claims department.
A lawyer who takes a maternity leave is a pregnant lawyer.
If you are working for a large corporation or business, you really need to contact the Human Resources Department. There are policies and state mandates that may be particular to the state you are working in.
Yes, failure to pay will result in termination of your insurance. If you don't pay for any of the insurance, the insurance cancel will reverse the payments they made to the hospital and doctors and you will have to pay full-price for the childbirth and subsequent care.
From: http://www.social-security.net/state/Missouri/ Missouri Social Security Disability or SSI Disability is controlled by the federal government like all other states. Under the federal Social Security Disability Act, "disability" means the "inability to engage in any substantial gainful activity by reason of any medically determinable physician or mental impairment which can be expected to last for a continuous period of not less than 12 months or result in death." Missouri does not have state short term disability… Read More
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There is no paid maternity leave or mandated short term disability in Texas. Your best bet is to apply for short term disability preconception. Short term disability will pay a benefit when you deliver, giving you a paid maternity leave. Texas doesnt require your employer to pay you but if you are approved for FMLA then if your job aggrees to pay you for either 6 to 8 weeks that is fine. Just talk to… Read More
The amount of money you receive depends on where you live, and the type of short term disability coverage you have. If you live in the U.S. you will have some level of state mandated coverage. The states that have this coverage are: CA, HI, NJ, NY, and RI. Check your state department of labor for details of coverage. Your employer may have a maternity leave pay policy - but this is very rare. There… Read More
Texas doesn't have a maternity leave law. Instead, the law state uses the FMLA, the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1933 to provide leave for prospective mothers and fathers.
Typically, from what I understand, it varied from 3 days to 2 weeks, depending on circumstances.
Perhaps the plan is only for a specifc category or job function. You can still get your own private SDI coverage. I can help. 4LifeGuild
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usually its 2weeks before your due date you can stay until you go into labor but if your doctor recommends you to leave work, you have to get a stated letter for your job from the doctor. Like for example you had to be put on bed rest. Meanwhile you can leave your job anytime you want giving a 2week notice and that doesn't give you Ur job back its like your quiting your job… Read More
yes, but doesn't mean you will be able to come back in order for you to take maternity leave just means you have to quit your job. Being that you have been with the company 1yr which you might or have not that all is depending on the outcome of your situation. You will not qualify for FMLA if you have not been with your job for a year go ahead and get temporary disability… Read More
Most short term disability policies will pay a benefit for your normal delivery. Massachusetts does not have state mandated coverage. You need to purchase a private policy before getting pregnant in order to qualify for a benefit.
A Filipino citizen can leave the Philippines for a vacation in another country anytime, provided he/she is a holder of a passport and has been granted a visa to the country where he/she will spend a vacation.
well, sometimes they become gay, they found another woman, they have lost intrest, sex is not good enough (lol), and other reasons they may leave for another girl or he may have gone on a bussniss trip and forgot to tell you and thought you new.think if you said any thing to up set him.or if you know were he is staying put rose pettles and candles writing a special message that he would know… Read More