Update to Paid Family and Medical Leave Law in Massachusetts

The Massachusetts Department of Family and Medical Leave has issued an update to the Paid Family and Medical Leave notice, which must be posted by employers in the Bay State. The update pertains to the date on which payroll contributions will begin. The Paid Family and Medical Leave (PFML) law goes into effect on July 1, 2019. Under the law, covered individuals are eligible for a maximum of 26 weeks of

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Washington Adds Two Laws to the Workers' Rights Notice

Washington’s Your Rights as a Worker notice has been updated to include two laws: Paid Family and Medical Leave and Equal Pay Opportunity Act. The notice also includes new details about other workers’ rights. Information for Employers & Employees Paid Family and Medical Leave As we reported in a previous blog about Washington’s Paid Family and Medical Leave, employee benefits begin January 1, 2020. This insurance program is funded by

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Michigan Releases Minimum Wage & Paid Medical Leave Notices

A few weeks ago, we reported on the new Minimum Wage and Paid Medical Leave (PML) laws for the State of Michigan. We are pleased to report that the notices for both laws have been released, with publication dates of 1/2019. Details of the Updated Minimum Wage Law Minimum Wage Increases Based on the new law, the Minimum Wage notice now includes the following stepped increases over a period of

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Paid Family & Medical Leave in Washington State

The State of Washington’s Paid Family & Medical Leave (PFML) is an insurance program funded via premiums paid by both employers and employees. While the program was enacted in 2017, benefits won’t be available to employees until January 1, 2020. However, employers have responsibilities that began on January 1, 2019. What Employers Need to Know Employer Obligations The PFML program applies to nearly all Washington employers, including small businesses, state

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