By Terri Rhodes, MBA, CPDM, CCMP
Your participation with DMEC helped produce three important, just-published resources that take the pulse of and report on key industry trends.
Results from the annual DMEC Employer Leave Management Survey and the biennial DMEC Behavioral Health Survey, both in their sixth edition this year, were released in February. Participation increased 18% to 1,132 respondents for the 2016 Employer Leave Management Survey, and the 2016 Behavioral Health Survey had 213 respondents. Both surveys saw a jump in the number of larger employers participating.
In January, DMEC’s first pulse survey on the future of a federal paid family leave law saw a large response from 241 professionals, many adding comments and analysis of the status of this emerging leave benefit.
The insight and passion shared in each of the three surveys encourages us about the future of our profession and also points us towards areas of challenge that DMEC can work towards providing assistance and resources to solve.
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