Currently, employers who have 20 or more employees (located anywhere) are required to provide eligible San Francisco employees with up to 6 weeks of supplemental compensation when an employee takes time off to bond with a new child. Effective July 1, 2020, this requirement will increase to 8 weeks of supplemental compensation.
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
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
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
Equal Treatment for All Parental Bonding Leaves By Michael Lacroix, PhD Associate Medical Director The Hartford By Janîce Beeker, JD In-house Counsel The Hartford The Family and Medical Leave Act … Read More
Popular, Complex New Benefit: Paid Family Leave Makes Work Flexible Some employers are providing paid family leave (PFL) as a popular addition to employee benefit packages, and are finding that … Read More
The Future of the Family Act by Anna Steffeney CEO LeaveLogic by Kirsten Gillibrand, JD U.S. Senator D-N.Y. Feb. 5, 2017 marked the 24th anniversary of the groundbreaking federal Family … Read More