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Regardless of prior leave, prepare to offer more time off as a reasonable accommodation


Under the disability discrimination provisions of California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act, employers are required to offer extended leave as a reasonable accommodation for disabled employees—as long as the employee provides an estimated return date.

NYC employers: Leave policies must cover ‘personal events’


The New York City Council has amended the city’s Fair Workweek Law to allow employees to make temporary changes to their work schedules for “personal events.”

Proposal to cover paid family leave


President Trump’s Jan. 30 State of the Union shout-out to paid family leave drew bipartisan applause but left many scratching their heads: Did he have any specific plans in mind?

Legal updates: Safe time in NYC, pay query ban in Albany


Cities and municipalities continue to pass new laws affecting how employers manage their workforces. Here is a look at the new NYC “safe time” leave law and Albany County’s new rules on interview questions.

Last week of 2017 was a workweek for many


Many American workers didn’t leave work far behind between Christmas and New Year’s Day, according to Robert Half’s holiday survey.

REPORT: The 2017 Tax Reform Law: What HR, Payroll & Employers Need to Know

In December 2017, Congress passed the first major overhaul of the U.S. tax code in more than 30 years. The law, colloquially known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, will have a far-reaching impact on both employers and employees. Specifically, employers confront an altered landscape when it comes to certain fringe benefits and pay […]

Be fair about leave requests, or prepare to defend against discrimination lawsuit


Leave is just as valuable as wages to many employees. That’s why it’s essential to administer leave benefits fairly and equitably.

Frequently asked questions about vacation pay in California


Answers to four questions about California vacation leave laws.

Workflex in the 21st Century Act may modernize ERISA


New legislation would allow employers to create an ERISA plan, known as a qualified flexible workplace arrangement plan, as a way to offer employees a combination of guaranteed paid leave and increased work flexibility options. 

Senate tax proposal includes paid family leave measure


The Senate’s mark-up version of tax reform proposes offering employers a partial tax credit for offering up to 12 weeks of paid family and medical leave.

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