Washington state has amended its paid family and medical leave law with changes affecting definitions, the waiting period, waivers and enforcement, among other areas of the law. This Compliance Bulletin summarizes key changes contained in the amendments.
This DOL poster describes employees' paid sick leave and expanded family and medical leave rights under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA).
The federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act, enacted on March 18, 2020, requires employers to provide paid leave to workers for certain purposes related to COVID-19. This Compliance Bulletin contains guidance from the DOL about the new paid leave requirements.
On March 18, 2020, the U.S. Senate passed a coronavirus aid law previously passed by the House of Representatives. Among the measures included in the law are provisions requiring employers to provide paid leave for reasons related to the illness. This Legal Update summarizes those provisions.
This month’s Benefits Buzz discusses the EEO-1 filing deadline extension and highlights a Bureau of Labor Statistics report on worker access to family leave in 2018.
Effective Jan. 1, 2020, Washington employees will be eligible for paid family and medical leave benefits. Payroll deductions to fund the paid family and medical leave program will begin Jan. 1, 2019. Employer reporting will also begin in 2019. This Compliance Bulletin provides an overview of the law's benefits and requirements.
Three states (Massachusetts, New York and Washington) and the District of Columbia have enacted paid family and medical leave laws. This Compliance Overview summarizes these statewide family and medical leave laws, including key compliance requirements for employers.
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