Recent regulation changes are sure to raise questions for employers who are thinking about offering paid family leave. In an interview with Employee Benefit Adviser, Breanna Scott, director of product and service development at The Standard, explains that paid family leave regulations vary by state, and a key way brokers can set themselves apart is by monitoring these statutory changes and advising clients accordingly. Read the full article, “10 Questions to Prepare Clients for Paid Family Leave Compliance.”
In the Media - Paid Family Leave
One-third of employers offer paid family leave. Our survey findings show this trend isn't slowing down. Read the HR Dive brief, “A Third of Employers Offer Paid Family Leave, and More Plan to Do So Soon.”
Looking for information on paid family leave laws? Here are five areas to help start the conversation with clients. Read the ThinkAdvisor article, “5 Paid Family Leave Possibilities, for Agents” with insights from The Standard's Breanna Scott and Melissa Oliver-Janiak.
Even if your clients aren't based in New York, the state's upcoming paid family leave program may affect them. Breanna Scott, director of product management at The Standard, has tips to help you prepare. Read her Employee Benefit Adviser article, “Prepare Now for NY Paid Family Leave Implementation.”