3 Ways Employers Need to Prepare for Biden’s Paid FMLA Program
Currently, only 16% of Americans with private-sector jobs get paid leave through their employer.
Paid Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is positioned as a benefit to both employees and employers, increasing worker retention, productivity, and loyalty, while also allowing smaller businesses to compete more fairly with larger companies. But like any new legislation, it doesn’t come without its complexities.
Torchlight teamed up with Teri Weber, Senior Vice President at Spring Consulting Group, an employee benefits and risk management consultancy, about the impact Biden’s paid FMLA would have on employers and how they can best prepare if the legislation passes.
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