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Download the DMEC Employer Leave Management White Paper

To understand the ever-changing and complex absence management landscape, DMEC conducts an annual survey of employers to track methods, challenges, and successes in the administration of a variety of leaves. We surveyed nearly 1,000 employers representing a variety of organization sizes and industries including healthcare, utilities/energy, retail/wholesale, education, and finance/insurance.

In This White Paper, You’ll Discover:
Key Considerations for Insourcing and Outsourcing

Explore how your peers are managing and applying leaves within Federal and State guidelines as well as the functions, benefits, and challenges of insourcing and outsourcing.

Effective Tips for Managing Complex Aspects of Leave Management

Discover information and resources that will help you tackle the more complex leave management issues, including intermittent leave, regulatory variations, enforcement, and abuse.

Technology Integration Recommendations That Reduce Risk

Learn how use of technology for FMLA management has increased and the importance of integrating employer HRIS, time & attendance, and payroll systems in order to stay compliant.

Compliance Practices to Manage New Paid Sick and Family Leave Laws

Explore how other organizations are making adjustments to PTO policies, staffing, and outside resources to stay compliant with rapidly changing paid leave laws.

Future Considerations for Leave Management

Discover how employers are expanding their programs to include new leave types, broader policies, RTW and accommodations, system automation, and tighter management.

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DMEC Offers Support & Resources You Need

The Disability Management Employer Coalition (DMEC) is the only organization dedicated to providing focused education, knowledge, and networking for absence and disability professionals. Through our national education programs and our network of local chapters, we deliver trusted strategies, tools, and resources to minimize lost work time, improve workforce productivity, and maintain legally compliant absence and disability programs.

We have nearly 600 employer and supplier member organizations, representing over 8,000 absence and disability management professionals from across the U.S. and Canada. Regardless of organization or department size, we have programs and resources that can help any company manage their integrated absence management programs.