The bill creates a study of the implementation of a paid family and medical leave program in the state by:
- Requiring the department of labor and employment (department) to contract with experts in the field of paid family and medical leave;
- Requiring the department to make requests for information from third parties that may be willing to administer all or part of a paid family and medical leave program;
- Creating the family and medical leave implementation task force (task force) that is responsible for recommending a plan to implement a paid family and medical leave program for the state; and
- Requiring an actuarial study of the final plan recommended by the task force.
(Note: This summary applies to the reengrossed version of this bill as introduced in the second house.)