PFL Administration

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09/10/21
Oregon, Connecticut and New Hampshire are making important paid leave moves that could impact your programs.
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02/16/21

Leave laws keep getting more complicated. For employers in Massachusetts, that means you can expect to see complex leave interactions now that the state’s paid family and medical leave program is in effect as of Jan. 1, 2021. Here’s what you need to know about integrating PFML with disability and other leaves.

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01/04/21

What a year 2020 was, right? But with a challenging year comes great learning — and we've learned a lot. We want to carry that momentum into 2021 by bringing you even more helpful content, starting with the challenges facing employers planning for PFML.

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12/07/20
We found that 60% of employers don't feel very well prepared to administer their new state-mandated paid leave program.* Here are quick insights and resources to help you get ready. Plus, check out our recent PFML webinar for employers.
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01/25/21

As more states pass PFML legislation, employers may want to have one blanket policy that covers all employees. But that could lead to compliance risks because each program has its own nuances. See what’s similar — and what’s not.

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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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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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05/02/19
Massachusetts requires employers to notify their current workforce about future Paid Family and Medical Leave benefits by May 31, 2019. You can download the notice now. See what steps to take.
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04/26/19
Wondering how family leave policies can impact LGBTQ employees and their families? Read about the challenges they may face as they care for their loved ones.