Paid Family Leave Grant for Small Employers

Jai HookerLegislative Updates

California’s Paid Family Leave (PFL) program, which is administered by the Employment Development Department (EDD) provides eligible employees with up to 8 weeks of wage replacement benefits when an employee is off work for certain qualifying reasons.

Massachusetts Department of Paid Family Leave Releases New Guidance

Tasha PattersonLegislative Updates

The current circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 crisis have brought paid family and medical leave to the forefront of the national consciousness. While the federal government and other states have created new, immediately effective, paid family and medical leave laws, Massachusetts has remained committed to the existing timeframe for the Paid Family and Medical Leave Act (PFMLA), which will be effective Jan. 1, 2021.

SAW/RTW Showcase: Managing Claim Offsets

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No Double Dipping: How to Prevent Overpayment of Employee Benefits By Heather Luiz, CPDM SVP, Absence Management York Risk New challenges are increasing the difficulties for employers that manage leaves … Read More

Program Showcase: Navigating Paid Family Leave

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The Conundrum of Coordination: Navigating Paid Family Leave By Terry Smith First-VP Consultant American Benefits Consulting By Erica Vanni First-VP Consultant American Benefits Consulting Responding to a tight U.S. labor … Read More

Compliance Memos: September 2018

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Paid Sick Leave Conflicts: Litigation vs. Ballot Box In addition to a fragmented map of municipal, county, and state paid sick leave (PSL) laws, employers now face zombie PSL laws … Read More

Compliance Memos: July 2018

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Paid Sick Leave Laws Advancing in More States in 2018 This year is the most active yet for implementation of state paid sick leave (PSL) laws, including: Washington (January), Maryland … Read More

March 2018: Electronic PDF

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March 2018 Employment Practices Compliance With the patchwork of federal, state, and local laws in place in the United States, compliance for employers remains challenging, but not impossible. This issue … Read More