If you have employees in any of these statutory jurisdictions — California, Hawaii, New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, Washington state, and Washington D.C. — you’re likely looking for tools and tactics to stay on top of your compliance obligations.
This session provided information about disability and paid leave program changes for 2019, as well as a refresher on New York’s Paid Family Leave law that went into effect Jan. 1, 2018, and a look ahead to Washington state and the District of Columbia’s upcoming paid leave programs.
- Allyson Kambach, FLMI, CLMS, Director, Disability & Absence Product Management
- Karen Oudine, FLMI, Director, Disability Product Management, Prudential
- Susan Murphy, Manager, Disability & Absence Product Management, Prudential
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