Staffing Management

Selecting the Right Absence Management Solution

By Staff Report

Nov. 6, 2015

Managing absence and leave has never been more daunting for employers. At the federal level in the United States, for example, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) continues to evolve and expand, more than 20 years after its inception, and state legislatures are passing new employee leave laws at a historic rate. Employers with operations across multiple geographies are responsible for complying with seemingly endless leave regulations at the national, state/provincial, and municipal levels, compelling them to aggressively seek a more efficient, consistent, and complete solution to leave management.

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