Paid Family Leave: A Review of New York’s Proposed Rules Webinar


Wednesday, March 29, 2017 (2pm - 3pm US/Eastern)
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This is a member only call.

Paid family leave has long been an issue at the state level, but has recently gained more traction with legislatures across the country introducing more bills on the subject. As states move forward to the rulemaking phase, it is important that large employers understand the impact these laws can have.

Rachel Arnedt, of Aon, and ERIC staff will present on the State of New York’s proposed regulations that provide guidance to their recently passed paid family leave law. In addition, we will discuss the relation to California’s enacted paid family leave law. This webinar is timely, as both paid family and paid sick leave will continue to grow in importance at the state level. ERIC will submit comments to the State of New York on the proposed regulations. The comment period expires on April 10, 2017. We will use your input from the webinar in finalizing the comments.

Rachel Arnedt currently serves as VP in Aon’s Health & Benefits Legal Consulting Group, where she consults clients on plan design, compliance, and communications. She also consults with Aon’s National Absence Management Practice on the Family and Medical Leave Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, and paid sick leave and paid family leave. Before Aon, Rachel worked at a law firm advising on ERISA, benefits taxation, and executive compensation issues. Rachel also served as in-house counsel for a Fortune 50 company, working with employee benefits and executive compensation.