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03/20/20
On March 18, 2020 New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill into law that provides immediate wage replacement assistance to New York employees with annual salaries up to $150,000 who themselves or their minor children have been quarantined or isolated as a result of novel coronavirus.
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02/19/20
What’s going on with paid leave laws in 2020? We expect legislation to keep moving forward across the country, with activity in several states and at the federal level. Stay on top of the action with our quick rundown of what to expect in 2020.
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11/20/19
The State of Washington’s new Paid Family and Medical Leave program goes into effect Jan. 1, 2020. Employers need to understand their responsibilities before, during and after the start of the new year. Here’s what Washington employers need to know.
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10/28/19

Taking care of aging relatives is taking a growing toll on millions of Americans. Who’s paying the costs — in time, careers, incomes and productivity? See what's weighing workers and employers down. And what’s looking up.

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09/27/19
Start prepping now for 2020 changes to New York’s Paid Family Leave program. This will be the third year on the state’s four-year schedule for phasing in benefits. Here’s what you need to know and some tips to get ready.
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08/21/19

Small employers report that paid family and medical leave programs haven’t caused the damage they feared. There’s even evidence of positive outcomes for small businesses.

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07/29/19

Updated August 16, 2019: Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed a new paid family and medical leave law — HB 2005 — on August 9, 2019. Advocates call it the most generous, inclusive state plan to date. See what it will mean for Oregon workers and employers.