Paid parental leave frequently asked questions
No. Births, adoptions, etc. must have occurred on or after November 1, 2020
Yes, assuming the qualifications of the paid parental leave (PPL) policy are met.
No. However, if the 1,250-hour threshold is reached within 12 months of the event (birth, adoption, etc.), paid parental leave may be taken at that time.
Yes, assuming the qualifications of the PPL policy are met.
MSU Human Resources will provide the necessary forms that would be required. Along with these forms, situations will vary between parents and births, adoptions, etc. Examples of documentation needed may be adoption paperwork, legal guardianship forms, a birth certificate, etc.
No. However, you may use family sick, vacation, or personal quotas to care for your spouse.