The Case(s) for Paid Military Leave

Pop Quiz: Do employers need to provide paid military leave? No, because state-mandated military leave is usually unpaid. No, because generally, military members are paid by the federal government for their service. Yes, but only if the employer wants to. Yes, because the courts are saying it should be paid if they provide pay for … Continued

Another Red State Joins the Push for Paid Family Leave

Tennessee will become the tenth state to offer paid leave to state employees. On January 7, 2020, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed an Executive Order that will provide up to 12 weeks of paid leave for state employees to care for their children, family members, family members on active military duty, and for their own … Continued