Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence

Currently, survivors of domestic and sexual violence (and family members) that work in Philadelphia have the right to unpaid leave from work.

By virtue of an ordinance adopted by Philadelphia City Council, domestic violence or sexual violence survivors and their family or household members who work in Philadelphia have the right to unpaid leave from work to address medical, legal, and counseling needs resulting from domestic or sexual violence.

 

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