FMLA & Leave Laws
What is the New York State Paid Family Leave Law?
The New York State Paid Family Leave (PFL) Law is in effect. Learn what you need to know.
Key differences to understand as New York employers need to comply with both regulations.
Are you ready for NYPFL? Our webinars address questions about NYPFL eligibility, payroll deductions, integration, next steps and more.
A checklist of questions to help avoid mistakes with FMLA rules and regulations.
Why do employers need help managing FMLA? Consider these insights.
Learn about the financial consequences to employers who mismanage Family and Medical leaves.
A comparison of the Paid Family Leave programs in California, New Jersey, Rhode Island and New York.
Updates to California Consumer Privacy Act
Learn more about the latest amendment to exempt customer data already subject to the Gramm-Leach Bliley Act (GLBA) and HIPAA.
Learn more about Washington State’s comprehensive paid family and medical leave law, expanded coverage and provided funding.
On January 1, 2020, California consumers will have broad new rights to access and erase their personal information and to prevent its sale.
Massachusetts's Governor recently signed a new MA PFML program into law. The following is a summary of the initial details.
The regulations are designed to promote the protection of customer information as well as the information systems of regulated entities. Learn more.
The Department of Labor reconsiders changes to ERISA’s claims handling guidelines. Learn more.
Amendments to the Department of Labor’s claims handling regulations for disability insurance go into effect on January 1, 2018
Three Tests for ADA Leave Accommodations
The following is a summary of PFL laws currently in effect as well as some of the proposed measures that are being considered.
Tax reform means changes and opportunities for small business owners and employees