The OIC and the ESD have come to an agreement on benefits coordination for PFML. Here are the details.
With the reporting deadline approaching on August, 31 and the final rule-making phase now in draft form, we have some updates to what employers need to know about Washington's new Paid Family & Medical Leave law.
Even though payroll deductions began in January, the details of the law are still being hammered out. Big changes have already been enacted and more are still to come. Here's what we know so far.
(Updated 7.14.2019 to include finalization of Phase 4.)
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Blog: PFML - Still a work in progress
Washington State's new Paid Family & Medical leave program started collecting premiums this month, but I still have a lot of burning questions regarding benefits coordination. Here's my list so far.
Employees will be asking questions when the new PFML premium payroll deductions begin in January. Here is what they need to know.
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