The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) provides employees with the right to take unpaid leave for family or medical reasons while maintaining their health coverage. To effectively manage FMLA leave and prevent abuse of policy, employers have the option to choose from four different methods to calculate the 12-month period in which the 12 workweeks of leave occur.
Employees do have a life outside of work. For many, this includes parenthood! In fact, parenthood doesn’t stop when you go to work.during work hours. So, what’s the solution?
This year, New York joined the ranks of states such as California, Connecticut, and Washington who have pay transparency laws on the books.