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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.
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Trying to keep track of all the legislative action on Paid Family Leave can make your head spin. Here's a one-stop guide to what’s happening now and what’s on the horizon for 2019. Plus, a look at how political power shifts could favor the push for Paid Family Leave.
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Two-thirds of all employees would leave their job for better family/lifestyle benefits. From Millennials to Gen X, Boomers and even Gen Z — each generation values time off to care for family members. Explore what is driving Paid Family Leave to the top of employees' wish lists.

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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.