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Your Guide to Paid Family & Medical Leave

Find information about existing and emerging State Paid Family, Medical and Disability Leave programs


For your convenience, MetLife has assembled links that take you directly to the federal and state websites for questions on Statutory Disability benefits and/or unpaid or Paid Family and Medical Leave benefits.

Paid Family & Medical Leave (PFML), Paid Family Leave (PFL), and temporary Disability Insurance (DI) programs are state mandated offerings which enable workers to request a wage replacement benefit if they are sick or hurt and cannot work, or due to a family matter such as bonding with a new child, caring for a family member who has a serious health condition or to address a qualifying military exigency.  There are multiple states that have PFML, PFL, or temporary DI laws in place and at least one additional state is expected to move in this direction over the next 12-24 months.

MetLife is committed to providing the most up to date information about these new State Paid Family, Medical, and Disability Leaves to help employers stay compliant with state laws and to help workers obtain the information they need at the most important times in their lives. Choose a State below for more information.

Statutory Disability and Paid Family and Medical Leave Resources

Thought leadership resources for Statutory Disability and Paid Family and Medical Leave to help businesses remain compliant.


The information presented on this website is not legal advice and should not be relied upon or construed as legal advice. It is not permissible for MetLife or its employees or agents to give legal advice. The information on this website is for general informational purposes only and does not purport to be complete or to cover every situation. You must consult with your own legal advisors to determine how the specific state’s Paid Family and Medical/Disability Leave law(s) will affect you.