Paid Parental Leave In San Francisco, Where No One Can Afford A Family
According to an online calculator, the cost of living in San Francisco is 84 percent higher than the national average.By Katie Link | April 5, 2016
Starting a family in San Francisco just got sweeter — about 45 percent sweeter.
Let us explain: On Tuesday, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to pass a law requiring employers to pay 100 percent of an employee’s salary for six weeks following the addition of a new family member.
Prior to this, the state of California required businesses to pay new parent employees 55 percent of their wages.