Reproductive Loss Leave (RLL)

Reproductive Loss Leave (RLL), in accordance with Senate Bill 848, provides eligible employees with up to five (5) days of unpaid, protected leave for a reproductive loss. RLL is separate from other leaves offered to employees for their serious illness or to care for a family member with a serious illness.

A reproductive loss means a failed adoption, failed surrogacy, miscarriage, stillbirth, or an unsuccessful assisted reproduction. If an employee experiences multiple reproductive losses, the employee may take up to a total of 20 days of RLL within a 12-month period. Employees may use available vacation, Personal Holiday (PH), sick, or Compensatory Time Off (CTO), and in some cases, bereavement leave.