Live Q&A Webinar: Employer obligations under state-mandated paid family and sick leave
Paid family leave programs were adopted earlier by states mainly along the West and East Coasts. However, these programs have become increasingly popular among many other states, and the federal government supports the implementation of a nationwide paid leave plan.
Employers are scrambling to understand how paid family leave interacts with state-mandated paid sick leave, FMLA, and state-protected leaves. This webinar will equip employers to understand multi-state paid family leaves, employer obligations, and the interaction between paid sick leave and other leave protections.
After completing this course, the learner will:
- Understand the fundamental elements of how paid family leave programs work.
- Learn about each state’s requirements, including employee eligibility, payroll contributions, and quarterly reporting.
- Understand the various qualifying reasons for taking paid family leave and paid sick leave.
- Recognize the differences between FMLA, paid family leave, and other associated state-protected leave.
- Learn how state leave laws intersect with the ADA.
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As the Vice President of Services for Trüpp, Audra Hedberg leads departments providing HR Consulting and Outsourcing Services to clients. Audra has been an HR professional for over 16 years, working in various industries. She has a passion for helping clients thrive and enjoys providing guidance under various employment laws in a relaxed style that is easy to understand.
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Tory Daugherty (She/Her), HR Consultant
In her role at Trüpp, Tory serves as a dedicated HR Consultant providing support to clients in various HR compliance areas, including job description and employee handbook creation, employee relations, and advisement on federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Tory has her Master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and holds SHRM-SCP and PHR professional certifications.
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