She added, that the company is looking forward to working with Congress practical experience in the workplace flexibility policies that meet the needs of employees, families and employers craft.
SHRM supports the spirit and intent of the FMLA and understands the need to help people work and family demands. Elliott testified that she herself has benefited from FMLA maternity and parental leave policies, so that they care for a son with a health condition and an aging parent. However, she said, after 15 years of of implementing the 1993 FMLA at work, she and other HR professionals have seen that the law with both numerous positive benefits and significant administrative challenges. Continue reading