Relatively Speaking (Paid Family Leave)

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New Jersey greatly expanded its Family Leave programs — including some big changes that are effective immediately. Get a quick overview, plus steps employers will need to take soon.
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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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New developments in state and local legislation are making employers rethink Short Term Disability insurance. Here's a recap on paid leave laws in 2018 and how they're impacting employers' views on STD.
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The first big Paid Family Leave move of 2019 has already happened. Gov. Phil Scott of Vermont and Gov. Chris Sununu of New Hampshire have teamed up to propose a new paid leave.