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36-883.03 - Employersubsidized child care; immunity from liability
36-883.03. Employer-subsidized child care; immunity from liability
A. An employer that subsidizes child care on a nondiscriminatory basis to its employees through a child care facility licensed pursuant to this article or through a person or facility exempt from licensure pursuant to this article but screened pursuant to section 41-1964 or 46-321 is not liable for damages as a result of an act or omission by the child care facility, person or exempt facility unless the employer is guilty of gross negligence in recommending the child care facility, person or facility or unless the employer is acting as the owner or has an ownership interest in or is an operator of the child care facility or exempt facility.
B. For purposes of this section, an employer is deemed to be subsidizing an employee's child care costs if the employer pays, either directly or indirectly, at least twenty-five per cent of the cost of the child care service rendered to the employee by the child care facility, person or exempt facility described in subsection A of this section.