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Connecticut Leave Laws


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In Connecticut, there are two different leave laws: one for employees of the State of Connecticut and one for other employees. The other sections of this article provide a brief summary of each leave law.

If you are considering taking leave under one of these laws, it is advisable to consult with your Human Resource Office for additional details - preferably speak with a supervisor. Supervisors generally know more ways to help you than entry level personnel.

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