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A year in review: Absence and disability highlights from 2023

A year in review: Absence and disability highlights from 2023

From new and revised Paid Family and Medical Leave laws to expanded accommodations for pregnant workers and job applicants, 2023 saw improved access to benefits and protections for American workers. Social Security benefits remain a topic of constant discussion, and...
The Colorado Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance program

The Colorado Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance program

The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), enacted on August 5, 1993, provides twelve weeks of covered leave within a 12-month period for eligible employees. Despite providing job protection and continuation of group health insurance, if applicable, being approved for FMLA...
Disabled and Unable to Work – Paid Leave Integration

Disabled and Unable to Work – Paid Leave Integration

When an incident prevents an individual from working, what follows is a series of events involving various entities, including employers, insurance carriers, and physicians. As the individual navigates the road before them, they will soon realize there is rarely a...
Identifying key differences in covered leave

Identifying key differences in covered leave

There is no universally accepted definition of covered leave. Across the United States, what constituents a “covered leave” varies at each level, starting at the federal government and trickling down to individual employers. While coverage may overlap at each level,...