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Paid leave: How to navigate the new paid time off landscape

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Paid leave laws have emerged as one of the biggest human resource headaches of 2019. A just-released Littler employer survey found paid time off laws were a top concern for 69 percent of employers surveyed. Respondents cited new state and local paid leave laws as a compliance challenge given the patchwork nature of new rules. Many expressed concern that it was difficult or even impossible to develop universal time off policies. It’s easy to see why. Employers with multi-state operations have to track leave across multiple jurisdictions. Even single-state employers aren’t off the hook. Opening an office in a second city may trigger compliance with that city’s paid and unpaid leave rules.

Fortunately, you can develop a paid time off policy that complies with federal, state and local paid time off laws. The best approach is to start with a solid understanding of what’s required under federal law and build on that.

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Eileen J Williams May 20, 2019 at 7:30 am

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