The countdown is beginning for the launch of Paid Family Leave in Washington State.
07/13/18
The countdown is beginning for the launch of Paid Family Leave in Washington State. In just six months, premium collection will begin on Jan. 1, 2019. And starting Jan. 1, 2020, eligible employees can apply for benefits. What do you need to know?
On June 28, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker signed a bill that will reshape the state's workplaces.
07/09/18
On June 28, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker signed a bill that will reshape the state's workplaces. Along with increasing the minimum wage, the bill will also offer workers paid time off for family and medical leave starting in 2021.
Get a quick overview of the state of paid family leave in the U.S.
06/14/18

More states — and even some cities — are passing regulations to provide paid family leave. The tricky part for large multi-state employers? Each program has its own rules. Here's a quick overview of the state of paid family leave in the U.S.

The 2017 tax act introduced a federal tax credit for employers who provide paid family and medical leave to their employees.
04/28/18

The 2017 tax act introduced a federal tax credit for employers who provide paid family and medical leave to their employees. Learn the pros and cons for employers — and get tips on how it works.

Sometimes it doesn't pay to be an early bird. Especially when it comes to filing claims for Paid Family Leave.
04/16/18

Is it a smart move to file for New York Paid Family Leave early — before employees go on leave? Surprise, it's actually not. See why and get tips to help employees file efficiently.

Struggling with some of the nuances of New York's Paid Family Leave program? Check out this Q&A.
04/02/18

Struggling with some of the nuances of New York's Paid Family Leave program? Check out this Q&A to find out whether you “really have to.”

When employees choose not to file for NY Paid Family Leave — what's an employer to do?
03/19/18

When employees choose not to file for NY Paid Family Leave — what's an employer to do? Follow three tips to help manage those situations.