The Alaska Family Leave Act (AFLA) provides a job-protected absence for up to 18 weeks in a 24-month period to eligible employees for a qualifying serious medical condition. It also provides a job-protected absence for up to 18 weeks in a 12-month period to eligible employees for pregnancy, childbirth or adoption.
State Of Alaska Retirement & Employee Benefits
NOTE: Trust benefits are separate from those offered through the State of Alaska Division of Retirement and Benefits.
- Find out your rights under the Alaska Family Leave Act (AFLA) and the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). You may be eligible for a leave of absence for pregnancy, childbirth or adoption. See the Family Medical Leave Employee Packet for details.
- For more information go to http://doa.alaska.gov/dop/serviceCenters/familyLeave/.