If you have employees in any of these statutory jurisdictions — California, Connecticut, Washington D.C., Hawaii, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, or Washington state — you’re probably looking for tools and tactics to stay on top of your compliance obligations. This session provided information regarding statutory paid leave program changes for 2021. We also offered a recap of the latest paid family leave programs, including Washington D.C’s universal paid leave, and updated information on Massachusetts’ new paid family and medical leave that goes into effect Jan. 1, 2021.
Susan Murphy, Manager, Group Insurance, Business Segments, Prudential
Gina Pettigrano, Manager, Statutory Paid Leave Products, Prudential
Donna Wieland, Director, Statutory Paid Leave Products, Prudential
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