Work & Family Policy Database
Domestic Violence Leave
Subject: Domestic Violence and the Workplace, Job-Protected Leave
Statute/Code Cite: Fla. Stat. Ann. Sec. 741.313
Summary: Workers in businesses with 50 or more employees, who have worked for their employer for three or more months and who are victims of domestic violence, are entitled to three days of leave, with or without pay, in any 12-month period to address legal, medical, safety or relocation issues.
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