Panel Blog Series: Navigating the Evolving Regulatory Landscape of Leave Management Programs

Panel Blog Series: Navigating the Evolving Regulatory Landscape of Leave Management Programs

There may be a lull right now in statehouses around the country, but when the 2020 legislative sessions ramp up, expect a flurry of Paid Family and Medical Leave bills. There certainly was in 2019. Get ready for more of the same next year. Will your state be the next one to pass mandatory PFML laws?  Or will 2020 be the year that Congress finally adopts a national program?  And what does all this mean for employers?

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Ensuring Wellness Compliance in 2019: 5 Ideas for Building Your Program

Ensuring Wellness Compliance in 2019: 5 Ideas for Building Your Program

When it comes to developing employee wellness programs within your organization, your primary aim should be to serve your team. And although wellness programs help employees, they also need to be compliant. We examined the fallout from the AARP suit against the EEOC wherein AARP challenged that the EEOC’s rulemaking with respect to wellness programs was arbitrary and did not provide valid reasons for the incentive levels. When the EEOC decided to strike a Section from the ADA and another from GINA, the question begs, where does this leave us?  Can employers still have effective employee wellness programs?  

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