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COVID-19: Social Distancing and Paid Sick Leave

On April 14, 2020
Do you have questions on the paid sick leave provisions in The Families First Coronavirus Response Act? Follow these Department of Labor guidelines.

MA PAID FAMILY & MEDICAL LEAVE UPDATE: Required Contributions Delayed…and Increased

On June 17, 2019
Massachusetts has delayed its contributions for its Paid Family & Medical Leave program. Stay up to date on upcoming changes to coverage plans and policies.

New DOL Opinion Letter: Employers May Not Delay FMLA Leave Designations

On April 8, 2019
The Department of Labor recently stated that an employer may not delay designating a leave of absence, as a leave under FMLA. Learn what this means for you.

The Complications Surrounding Intermittent FMLA Leave

On May 7, 2018
There are many complications dealing with Intermittent FMLA Leave. Click here to learn everything you need to ensure to administer this properly.

Natural Disasters (Hurricanes Harvey and Irma) - Don’t Let Them Wreak Havoc on Your Health Plan

On September 13, 2017
Kelly Dempsey, Esq. shares the Department issued guidance related to Hurricane Harvey and what it means to employers and employees.

The Rise of Paid Family Leave Laws & Their Impact on Self-Funded Plans

On July 24, 2017
Understand the evolution of paid family leave laws. See which states passed laws and how much paid time they're required to offer. Learn more today.

Can FMLA leave be involuntary? Court punts

On March 6, 2017
A federal court hearing an FMLA interference case has sidestepped deciding whether it is legal for an employer to place an employee on involuntary FMLA leave.

9 Secrets For Coordinating Leave Under the FMLA and ADA

On December 27, 2012
The employer granted the full 12 weeks allowed by the FMLA, so it is free to terminate, right?