We crowdsource Los Angeles County's maternity, paternity and parental leave policies, based on Los Angeles County's employee reviews and anonymous tips from Los Angeles County employees.

Los Angeles County Maternity and Paternity Leave Policies

Los Angeles County offers. This information is based on anonymous tips submitted by employees.

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Government: County Maternity and Paternity Leave

How many weeks of paid maternity, unpaid maternity, paid paternity and unpaid paternity leave do employers in the Government: County industry offer?

Benefits Median Average
Minimum Paid Maternity Leave (weeks) 3 6
Minimum Unpaid Maternity Leave (weeks) 12 12
Minimum Paid Paternity Leave (weeks) 2 4
Minimum Unpaid Paternity Leave (weeks) 12 12
Maternity Leaves Taken at Los Angeles County
    • Lady mamaworker
    • 14 weeks paid
    • 18 weeks unpaid
Los Angeles County Maternity Leave Comments
  • "Perspective of some are "choose to be a mother or work towards being a supervisor", yep that was said to me after returning from maternity leave. You are overlooked for requesting taking off although they say they support families. No understanding from non-parents of what it is to be a parent. There are a lot of women working here, tend to move up after having kids or before. The mothers are supportive and offer advice of how they have been able to juggle work and family. Management is male dominant, and only females have been ones without children. We have our own HR which is should be good but they do not understand employee needs and want to treat everyone "the same" which is not reality. Approval for time off past legal limits (FMLA etc) is hard but possible, but for those who do not know it is possible may not get the same "deal" because they don't ask for it. HR is not helpful in advising what our legal rights are and I had to have various meetings explaining to them how I can use FMLA/PDL, which they disagreed untill I actually gave birth (same experience for other moms). Flexibility in hours is luck, depends on what section you may work in as each section has different functions, supervisors and oppurtunities. Although the County strongly supports telework, management does not support it unless it is a very paticular circumstance backed by Doctors notes and paperwork. Oh the paperwork. Most recently, the "lactation room" which was previously a lounge area that is attached to the bathroom was remodeled. New furniture was placed in there and a lock was placed, so only lactating mothers can use it. This is a great improvement." - Lady mamaworker
  • "Each department is different. DHR policies are strict but union protection helps. DRP hours are 7am-6pm, monday-thursday. Three day weekends are nice, but I cannot imagine having to shuttle kids around this schedule. Hours are clocked until you are upper management and exempt. County short term disability pays 70% of your salary for 4 months of maternity leave, as opposed to 55% for SDI. However, you basically have to commit fraud (dr. note) to get this beyond the typical 4+6 weeks. Plus you accrue tons of sick days worth 65% or 75%. I think supplemental short term disability is also available." - Anonymous - 10528

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