Paid family leave is a key benefit because it helps balance the demands of work and family without sacrificing income. Read this article by Kate Wilkinson, senior director and assistant counsel for The Standard, which highlights how brokers can navigate the current paid family leave laws and provide guidance on the right mix of benefits.
In the Media - Paid Family Leave
At the SHRM 2019 Annual Conference and Exposition, our paid family leave expert, Breanna Scott, spoke with Workforce on trends and the idea of “chosen family.” Watch the interview.
HR managers should look toward these five trends to navigate the complex paid family leave conversation. Read the Workforce article by Breanna Scott, director of product and service management at The Standard.
This HR Daily Advisor Q&A with Breanna Scott, director of product and service management at The Standard, highlights the current state of paid family leave and trends employers may see in 2019.
With mandated benefits policies on the rise, Breanna Scott, director of product and service development for employee benefits at The Standard, provides key insights on how to help navigate the complexities of paid family leave. Read the Employee Benefit Adviser article, It's Complicated: How Clients Can Navigate the Maze of Paid Family Leave.
As you prepare for your 2018 sales meetings, here are key points to understand about PFL and ways you can offer consultation to your clients in the new year. Read an Advisor Today article about Paid Family Leave co-authored by Breanna Scott, director of product and service development at The Standard, and Terri Rhodes, CEO at DMEC.
As the hunt for top talent becomes increasingly competitive, be prepared to answer paid family leave questions in your end-of-the-year sales meetings. Read the InsuranceNewsNet article, How Paid Family Leave Helps Employers Win the Fight for Top Talent, by Terri Rhodes, CEO of Disability Management Employer Coalition, and Breanna Scott, director of product management at The Standard.
These 10 questions can help determine if a paid family leave program is right for an organization. Read the Employee Benefit News article, 10 Questions Employers Should Ask Before Offering Paid Family Leave.
Recent regulation changes are sure to raise questions for employers who are thinking about offering paid family leave. In an interview with Employee Benefit Adviser, Breanna Scott, director of product and service development at The Standard, explains that paid family leave regulations vary by state, and a key way brokers can set themselves apart is by monitoring these statutory changes and advising clients accordingly. Read the full article, “10 Questions to Prepare Clients for Paid Family Leave Compliance.”
One-third of employers offer paid family leave. Our survey findings show this trend isn't slowing down. Read the HR Dive brief, “A Third of Employers Offer Paid Family Leave, and More Plan to Do So Soon.”