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Paid Family and Medical Leave (PFML) in 2022: Top Employer Questions, Answered

Correctly administering Paid Family and Medical Leave (PFML) has only become more complex following numerous state-level changes during the COVID-19 pandemic. The USA is one of the few industrialized nations without paid family and/or medical leave at the national level. Thus, states have led the way. Since 2020, D.C., Massachusetts, Washington, Connecticut, Oregon, New Hampshire, … Continued

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Hot Topics in Absence Management

Gather around the virtual water cooler with us to see what your colleagues are talking about. ReedGroup’s most popular blog posts in 2022 so far are:  Paid Family & Medical Leave Update A summary of PFML in California, Connecticut, the District of Columbia, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, and Washington, plus programs coming … Continued

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Up Next: Our Absence Management Academy FMLA Webinar – FMLA, Part 2: The Hard Questions

This week, we’re preparing for our June 8 webinar, the second of our four-part Absence Management Academy series on #AbsenceManagement fundamentals. We’re looking at the questions that participants asked our experts during the webinar presented as Part 1 of this series, to understand what areas are most challenging for employers to understand and administer correctly. Our speakers … Continued

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Summertime State PFML Update

Summer break not only brought sunshine and beach time, but also many legislators across the country passed multiple bills and regulations that directly impact the absence management and administration world. Grab your inflatable lounger and read below on the summaries of the paid family and medical leave (PFML) legislation that made waves this summer. Colorado … Continued

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More Changes for Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave

Based on feedback that the Massachusetts Department of Family and Medical Leave (DFML) received from key stakeholders and industry participants, it has changed some upcoming deadlines. Specifically, the workplace notification and private plan exemption deadlines have been pushed back. Poster and Notice Requirements As we wrote about in a recent blog post, covered employers must … Continued