Paid family care and paid parental leave legislation at both the state and municipal levels continue to be proposed and passed throughout the country. In addition to the mandated requirements placed upon employers, more and more companies are choosing to add policies providing paid leaves for parental or family care needs to enrich their benefits package and help attract top talent.
As these paid leave types are becoming more prevalent, employers should be thinking about the various considerations to implement these leaves and plan for necessary change management impacts. This session explored the recent trends of paid family care and paid parental leaves. In addition, speakers used New York paid family leave legislation as a case study example to help employers understand what preparations or considerations are needed to successfully navigate their organizations through these changes.
- Breanna Scott, ACS, Director of Product and Service Development, The Standard
- Melissa Oliver-Janiak, J.D., Sr. Attorney, The Standard
This webinar qualifies for 1 Certified Professional in Disability Management (CPDM) CEU and 1 Certified Leave Management Specialist (CLMS) CEU. If you are interested in receiving CPDM or CLMS credit for the recorded webinar, you will need to listen to the full webinar, and then contact DMEC at 800.789.3632 or firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a certificate of attendance.
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