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

Washington Paid Family and Medical Leave Poster and Notice Available

The Washington Employment Security Department (ESD) made available its Paid Family & Medical Leave (PFML) poster and employer notice to employees. By January 1, 2020, employers with employees working in Washington must post the mandatory PFML poster in a conspicuous place in their Washington worksites. Employers also must provide the notice to employees who may … Continued

Massachusetts Publishes Draft Regulations for Paid Family and Medical Leave

On January 23, 2019, the Massachusetts Department of Family and Medical Leave (Department) provided our first look at its draft regulations for the Commonwealth’s Paid Family and Medical Leave Program (MA PFML). As we’ve previously written, the MA PFML will provide temporary wage replacement to eligible workers when they take medical or family leave for … Continued

Reserve Your Spot at Our Year End Compliance Webinar

Are You Up to Date on the Latest Developments in Laws, Regulations, and Cases Affecting Employers Across the Nation? Join ReedGroup’s Compliance Team for its complimentary quarterly absence, disability, and accommodation webinar on December 13th at 3:00 PM EST. During this quick and informational session, you will learn about: The latest legislative updates, including changes … Continued

Summer Legislative Roundup

2018 has been a big year with substantial legislative activity. We’ve kept you informed throughout the year on significant measures, such as the Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave law, New Jersey’s Paid Sick and Safe Leave law, and South Carolina’s Pregnancy Accommodation law. As the summer wraps up, we thought we’d update you on … Continued