Articles Under the Tag: PFML
FMLA and PFML are separate ways employees can take leave covering similar situations. Learn how they coordinate with one another.
Do you understand the differences between FMLA and PFML? This comparison chart may help.
Outside of paid leave, there are still many benefits you should consider as part of a well-rounded package to attract and retain employees.
Is your leave program compliant? This checklist can keep you on track.
It's important to handle your employees' leave in a reliable way. Manual leave management can put your organization at risk.
Now may be the time to sharpen your understanding of the potential impact that a federal PFML program may have on your organization.
The recent Build Back Better Act (BBBA) includes provisions that directly invest in children and caregiving.
Various types of paid and unpaid leave may run concurrently or separately. Learn more about which types of programs can work together.
Paid family and medical leave (PFML) legislation is gaining momentum across states, and Congress is currently reviewing federal proposals.
Following are the top ten best practices cutting edge employers use to manage absenteeism and transform leave into an effective tool for recruiting.
As states across the US are enacting state paid-leave laws, the potential for a federal leave program is on the horizon.
Explore the difference between the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Paid Family and Medical Leave (PFML), and disability insurance.