Develop A Strong Parental Leave Policy

Webinar: ID# 1033214
Recorded CD or On-Demand
About This Course:
A strong parental leave policy can enhance your efforts to recruit top talent and increase retention.

With the strengthening economy and the rise of new laws protecting parental leave, many employers have found that their current parental leave policies are out dated, out of step with their competitors, or potentially non-compliant with applicable law.

This webinar will address the changes taking place in parental leave policies and how to develop a policy which is legally compliant, and which is best suited to help employers recruit and retain employees.


Developing, Reviewing and Updating Your Parental Leave Policy
  • Ensure That You Are Complying With Leave Laws Applicable to Both Disability and Family Leave
  • Understand Benefit Continuation Requirements and COBRA Eligibility
  • Avoid Potential Discrimination, Including Between Birth Parents and Nonbirth Parents
Understanding Current Trends in Paid Parental Leave Benefits
  • How Much Paid Leave to Offer?
  • Distinguishing Between Primary and Secondary Caretakers
  • Choosing Between Universal Policies or a Menu of Policies
Integrating Paid Benefits With Other Benefits
  • Understanding Benefits Provided by Local or State Governments
  • Considering Sick Leave or Vacation Leave
  • Coordinating With Private Disability Insurance
About The Presenters

Holly L. Sutton
  • Partner in the San Francisco law firm of Farella Braun + Martel LLP
  • Practice emphasizes in employment law counseling and advice
  • Regularly conducts seminars and workshops on employment law, including wage and hour requirements, leave laws, investigations, developing policies, reductions in force, and high risk terminations
  • J.D. degree, Stanford University; B.A. degree, University of CA Berkeley
Elizabeth M. Toledo
  • Associate in the San Francisco law firm of Farella Braun + Martel LLP
  • Regularly defends employers for various employment issues, including wage and hour class actions, discrimination, disability, and other actions
  • Has presented on issues relating to anti-harassment guidance and supporting a diverse workplace environment
  • J.D. degree, UC Berkeley; B.A. degree, Villanova University
Develop A Strong Parental Leave Policy
Available on CD or On-Demand formats
Share This:
About Us Privacy Guarantee Affiliate List Your Courses Contact Us My Account 5755 North Point Parkway, Suite 227 | Alpharetta, GA 30022 | 770-410-1219 |
Copyright 2018 | Web Site Development by OTAU