What’s New in Paid Family Leave in 2023

Publisher: Sparrow

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What’s New in Paid Family Leave in 2023

Colorado, Oregon, New Hampshire, and Vermont are introducing Paid Family Leave (PFL) programs and New York will update its program effective January 2023. Sparrow’s Legal and Compliance team summarizes some notable changes to consider if you have employees in these states.