Webinar: Understanding State-Specific Paid Family Leave Requirements
Paid family leave programs have become increasingly popular among many states. 10 states – California, Connecticut, the District of Columbia, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, and Washington – currently offer paid family and medical leave. Two states – Colorado and Oregon –paid family leave contributions to fund the program beginning January 1, 2023.
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. This webinar will dive deeper into the new upcoming Oregon paid family and medical leave law.
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, with a close look at Oregon’s new paid family and medical leave law
- Understand the various qualifying reasons for taking paid family leave
- Recognize the differences between FMLA, paid family leave, and other associated state-protected leave
As the Vice President of Services for Trüpp, Audra Hedberg leads departments providing HR Consulting and Outsourcing Services to clients. Audra is an experienced HR professional, 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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As the Manager of HR Services for Trüpp, Derek leads the HR Services team providing HR Outsourcing Services to Trüpp’s clients. Derek is a US Army veteran and former Chief Human Resources Officer that holds a Master’s degree in both Organizational Leadership and Business Administration from Quinnipiac University. Derek’s professional passion revolves around helping clients improve business outcomes by way of innovative leadership and HR strategies.
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