On Dec. 13, 2019, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, in an en banc decision, rejected the challenge to Alabama’s minimum wage and employment benefits preemption law.
Innovative Leaves for an Evolving Workforce By Glenn Pransky, MD Scientific Advisor Lincoln Financial Group By Kristin Hostetter Sr. Prod. Mgr., Absence Mgmt. Lincoln Financial Group Profound changes are occurring … Read More
Battleground Over Complex State and Local Leave Laws The complexity of paid leave laws opens doors to legal challenges. Which employers are subject to the law? Minnesota. In May, the … Read More
Review the new state and local posting requirements for California, District of Columbia, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Jersey, and New York.
Review the new state and local posting requirements for Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, and Virginia.
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
Top Compliance Challenges for 2019 By Terri L. Rhodes CCMP, CLMS, CPDM, MBA CEO, DMEC Managing the key requirements of ever-expanding state mandates is just one of many leave compliance … Read More
Immediate Accommodation Not Required: 6th Circuit In Brumley v. United Parcel Service, the 6th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals held that an “employer’s refusal to provide an accommodation to the … Read More
For eight years the Disability Management Employer Coalition (DMEC) and Spring Consulting Group (Spring) have partnered to conduct annual research on employer leave management. Our national survey tracks employer methods … Read More
In the last few years, our country has seen a constantly shifting landscape of paid family and paid parental leave laws cropping up across many states and municipalities. Additionally, employers … Read More
Currently California employees who wish to receive pay during leave for a qualifying exigency would need to use their own accrued vacation or paid time off hours. However, beginning Jan. 1, 2021, an employee can apply for wage replacement benefits from the State of California Paid Family Leave insurance program during such a leave.
2017 Leave Management Survey: Responses to Expanding Compliance Mandates The 2017 DMEC Employer Leave Management Survey white paper, available to members on the DMEC website, provides a deep review of … Read More
It’s All In a Name: Is Your Parental Leave Policy Inclusive? By Jessica Hawley, CLMS Manager, Accommodations & Leaves RBC (Royal Bank of Canada, U.S. Operations) Implementing a new leave … Read More
The New York Paid Family Leave law has been in effect for over a month, yet reports indicate that many New York employers are not prepared for the operation requirements of the law. The basics of the law shouldn’t be news to employers with employees in New York.
18F: A Federal Technology “Startup” Is Changing the Way We Link Technologies By Justin Alford Chief Technology Officer LeaveLogic Without a federal paid family and medical leave law, states and … Read More
Improve the Employee Leave Experience by Training Your Managers By Anna Steffeney CEO LeaveLogic More employers are using family-friendly benefits such as paid family leave to improve their success with … Read More
By Maddy Arvold Director of Customer Success LeaveLogic The impact of employee well-being on workplace productivity is no longer a question. A recent report shows six in 10 employees have … Read More
Participation in the 2016 DMEC Leave Management Survey jumped 18% to 1,132 respondents, highlighting the growing importance of this compliance area for employers. The survey white paper, the sixth in … Read More
Beyond Maternal Benefits Will the federal government provide a uniform national approach to paid family leave, or will this new benefit continue to be driven by a patchwork of state … Read More