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PDFWAC 192-610-010

What information is an employee required to provide to the department when applying for benefits?

(1) When an employee submits an application for paid family or medical leave benefits, the employee must provide information sufficient for the department to determine eligibility for benefits. This information includes, but is not limited to, information identifying the employee, the type and anticipated duration of leave, as well as certification or documentation to validate the qualifying event.
(2) If an employee is in a claim year and has need for successive periods of benefits for the same qualifying event beyond what was originally approved, the employee must update the application.
(3) If an employee experiences a new qualifying event during a claim year, the employee must reopen the claim and provide additional information required by the department before benefits can be paid.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 50A.04.215. WSR 19-08-016, ยง 192-610-010, filed 3/22/19, effective 4/22/19.]
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