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Death in Family
National Summary
Most employers provide paid time off to employees for bereavement leave. Employers should have a clearly written bereavement policy explaining how much leave time will be allowed for a death in the family and which family members are covered. Suggestions are provided to assist employers in helping bereaved employees.
New Jersey Summary
New Jersey does not have a law that requires private employers to provide bereavement leave.

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