SF supervisors seek to make employers pay for family bonding time

San Francisco on Tuesday is nearly certain to become the first municipality in the nation to mandate that employers offer fully paid bonding time to employees with babies.

Currently, California pays 55 percent of a new parent’s salary for six weeks of bonding time, and Supervisor Scott Wiener’s legislation, introduced in January, would require businesses in the city that employ at least 20 people to pay the remaining 45 percent.

Wiener’s legislation would apply to bonding time for all new parents, including fathers, those who’ve adopted, lesbian partners and those who have babies through surrogacy.

California grants an extra six to eight weeks

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