Department of Labor recently released results from a 2012 study, as the Family and Medical Leave Act was enacted 20 years ago on February 5, 1993. Click here for more.
DOL reports, 85% of employers that comply with the FMLA is very easy, somewhat easy, or has no noticeable effect.
Our experience is that HR personnel cringe at the thought of compliance and tracking requirements, specifically related to intermittent leave. Society for Human Resource Management acknowledges that many people did not expect the intermittent leave to be a problem 20 years ago, but it has become HR’s #1 headache. Click here for more.
What is your experience? Did you know that many insurance companies offer FMLA tracking solutions in addition to disability income protection?