Employee outcome due to paid family leave use in California 2009-2010

This statistic depicts the effect of use of paid family leave in California in 2009-2010 on employee outcomes. Among the surveyed employees, 91.3 of new mothers reported being able to initiate breastfeeding while using paid family leave. In 2004, California implemented a program that allowed those working in California to receive up to 55 percent of their usual weekly wage for family or medical leave.

Paid family leave use effect on employee outcome in California in 2009-2010*

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Source

Release date

January 2014

Region

United States

Survey time period

2010

Age group

18 years and older

Special properties

Employees

Supplementary notes

* Number of surveyed:
Ability to care for new child or ill family member: 164
New mothers who initiated breastfeeding: 67
Ability to arrange child care: 92
Ill family member's health: 49
* For median months of breastfeeding, the Mann-Whiteny-Wilcoxon test was used.

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