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Paid Leave 2-5

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i m knopf

on 6 June 2017

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Transcript of Paid Leave 2-5

Paid Leave for Cancer Screenings
All Employers May Offer Paid Leave for Cancer Screenings
Private employers
Jurisdictions are Currently Utilizing Paid Leave for Cancer Screenings
Broome County
Gov't May Require Broad Sick Leave
Government may mandate private employer paid leave
Policy Change Starts with Education
Conclusion
it's FEASIBLE

it's EFFECTIVE
legal/permissible
business - cost negligible; administratively easy
(at increasing rates/saving lives/preventing cancer )
it's Good for Business and Good for New York
Public employers
Government mandates for public and private employers
City of Baltimore, MD
Boston, MA
New York City
Connecticut
Washington, DC
City of Conklin
Seattle
Community
Decisionmakers
Patience
rationale
concerns
Schenectady County
mandates = minimum; employer may supplement
Portland, OR
Jersey City
Newark, NJ
San Fransisco
Who
What
Where
Variations
Supporting Cancer Prevention
Process
Best practices
Massachusetts
Public employer
Private employer
Best Practices and Considerations: Policy Formation and Implementation
EMPLOYER RESPONSIBILITIES
explicate rationale
id date effective
designate administrator
record, enforce, analyze use
notify employees
prohibit retaliation
prohibit rq'd worker replacement
flex schedule/additional hrs
EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITY
provide notice of absence
provide documentation of qualified leave
easy use, minimal abuse
utilize leave for screenings!
cost of the leave
cost of administering the program
workplace disruption
fear of abuse
focus on short-term/reluctance to experiment
dispel pragmatic concerns!
Information Assuages Concerns
Concerns
authority
&
preemption/conflict with exiting laws
ERISA
unions/collective bargaining
leave accrual
Education Assuages Concerns
dispel legal concerns!
California
use or lose
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