Washington Paid Leave Deadlines Pushed Back

The Washington Employment Security Department (ESD) has given Washington employers a break on the initial deadlines related to its Paid Family and Medical Leave program (PFML). Instead of an April 30, 2019 deadline, covered employers now have until July 31, 2019 to submit reports and premiums for Q1. PFML Premiums Employers were able to begin … Continued

Compliance Continues to be a Challenge for Employers. Outsourcing Offers Peace of Mind.

Constantly changing leave laws make staying compliant increasingly complex and overwhelming for organizations. It not only poses a huge burden on time and resources, compliance mistakes can cost organizations thousands of dollars. If you’re feeling like it’s hard to keep up with compliance, you’re certainly not alone.  A 2016 DMEC Leave Management Survey found that … Continued

The Daylight Saving Time Nightmare

Daylight saving time (DST) begins on March 10th this year and I have to be honest: I really dislike it. More specifically, I dislike the transition to DST. I mourn that lost hour of sleep, and definitely feel out of sorts for at least a week after it begins. Why is this? What makes it … Continued