PFL Administration

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The State of Washington’s new Paid Family and Medical Leave program goes into effect Jan. 1, 2020. Employers need to understand their responsibilities before, during and after the start of the new year. Here’s what Washington employers need to know.
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Start prepping now for 2020 changes to New York’s Paid Family Leave program. This will be the third year on the state’s four-year schedule for phasing in benefits. Here’s what you need to know and some tips to get ready.
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Small employers report that paid family and medical leave programs haven’t caused the damage they feared. There’s even evidence of positive outcomes for small businesses.

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Massachusetts requires employers to notify their current workforce about future Paid Family and Medical Leave benefits by May 31, 2019. You can download the notice now. See what steps to take.
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Wondering how family leave policies can impact LGBTQ employees and their families? Read about the challenges they may face as they care for their loved ones.
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Do you have employees in Massachusetts? Important dates are coming for the state's Paid Family and Medical Leave program. Read on for information that can help you prepare.
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The state of Washington has changed its Paid Family Leave reporting deadline from April to July. See how this affects employer reports and premium payments.

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Washington State employers have to make a big decision about Paid Family and Medical Leave before Dec. 31, 2018. Go with the state plan? Or offer your own voluntary plan? Check out five steps you can follow to get ready before premium collections begin Jan. 1.
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Massachusetts is the latest state to approve a Paid Family and Medical Leave Program — effective Jan. 1, 2021. See what sets the program apart and how it will work.

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New York's paid family leave program has five key changes in store for 2019. Remember, the program will scale up over the next three years. Here's a quick overview to help employees understand the changes.