Disability Management Employer Coalition (DMEC) 2017 Tools & Tactics Webinar 

Paid Family and Medical Leave for the 21st Century Workforce

Date: Nov 9, 2017

Time: 9:00-10:30 a.m. PT | 12:00-1:30 p.m. ET

Program description:

As the U.S. debate over paid family and medical leave accelerates, Panorama, the action tank behind The Paid Leave Project, offers a different conversation. There is a strong business case for paid leave. Progressive companies who address the needs of the 21st century workforce are reaping the rewards.

Join us for this interactive webinar which will address the changing dynamics of today’s family and define paid family and medical leave and why it will be important to your workforce.

During this listen and learn session, audience participants will share lessons learned as they have developed and implemented company leave policies. In addition, you will be taken through a high-level guided tour of the The Paid Leave Playbook. Discover tools and resources, including industry benchmarking and a labor cost calculator, available in the playbook to help you implement paid family and medical leave at your company. Listen to the archived event here

Presenters include:

  • Angela Romei – Director, Paid Leave, Panorama
  • Anna Steffeney – Founder and CEO, LeaveLogic
  • Veronica Scalzo – Manager of Benefits Strategy and Excellence, Nestle USA

Learning objectives:

  • Discover how to build the business case for employer-sponsored paid leave.
  • Gain access to powerful online tools, including a comprehensive playbook, to help you assess, design, and implement paid leave benefits for your employees.
  • Explore lessons learned in a lively interactive discussion.
  • Acquire insight into how Nestle has implemented their program and how they report on metrics.

Additional resources:

Integrated Benefits Institute Presents: Paid Parental Leave Law Regional Event, New York

Join the conversation around best practices in leave management and explore what these regulatory changes mean for employers

Date: Oct 5, 2017

Time: 8:00—9:30 a.m.

Location: Microsoft Events Center at the Seattle Metro Chamber

Address: 1301 5th Ave., Ste. 1500, Seattle WA, 98101

Program description:

Just ahead of New York’s paid leave law, IBI will bring together employers across many industries to discuss the perceived impact of these new regulations. Co-moderated by Dr. Brian Gifford, Research Director of IBI, and Anna Steffeney, CEO and Founder of LeaveLogic, this half-day workshop will feature several leading employers, who will share how their organizations are navigating the upcoming changes. From strategic use of analytics to restructuring existing policies, this event will address best practices in leave management and explore what these regulatory changes mean for employers.

Panorama's Director of Paid Leave, Angela Romei, will join the discussion to provide insights and resources from the Paid Leave Project. Access Angela's presentation here.

Additional resources:

  • About Panorama
  • The Paid Leave Project is your one-stop-shop for:
    • Access to the comprehensive Paid Family & Medical Leave Playbook with downloadable resources and more. We help make it easy for company leaders to assess, design and implement a program that best fits the needs of their workforce.
    • Testimonials from industry leaders who are early paid leave adopters.
    • News & views on paid leave

Research study (PowerPoint) co-authored by Panorama and BCG: Why paid family leave is good business

Research article co-authored by Panorama and BCG: Why paid family leave is good business

Article by Forbes: The Business Case for Paid Family  Leave at Your Company

Article by The Good Men Project: Corporate America Needs to Step up and Support Paid Family Leave

Join us at the Seattle Metro Chamber for: Business best practices for assessing Paid Family Medical Leave

Get new research and interactive tools to determine which paid leave pathway is best for your employees and bottom line

Date: Oct 5, 2017

Time: 8:00—9:30 a.m.

Location: Microsoft Events Center at the Seattle Metro Chamber

Address: 1301 5th Ave., Ste. 1500, Seattle WA, 98101

Program description:

This past July, Washington became the fifth state to pass a paid family and medical leave law. With parts of the law already in effect, and employer and employee contributions set to begin in January 2019, many Washington state businesses are beginning to assess what’s best for their business and employees. At Panorama, we are not talking about how to comply with the law. We are sharing why paid leave is good for business.

This past year, Panorama co-authored a study with Boston Consulting Group; developed a comprehensive Playbook with downloadable tools and resources to help employers assess, design and implement paid leave; and garnered learnings from in-depth conversations with many of the country’s largest employers.

At this one-time Chamber event, we will share evolving 21st century workforce trends and insights from early paid leave adopters. You’ll also hear the T-Mobile story from Dianne Arpin, Sr Manager, Leave & Accommodation.

What you’ll learn:

  • Paid leave insights and lessons learned from the largest employers across the U.S.
  • 21st century workforce trends
  • New tools – such as cost calculators and industry benchmarks – you can use to determine what approach to paid leave is right for your company and employees
  • How companies are using paid leave to help attract and retain top employees

Additional resources:

  • About Panorama
  • The Paid Leave Project is your one-stop-shop for:
    • Access to the comprehensive Paid Family & Medical Leave Playbook with downloadable resources and more. We help make it easy for company leaders to assess, design and implement a program that best fits the needs of their workforce.
    • Testimonials from industry leaders who are early paid leave adopters.
    • News & views on paid leave

Research study (PowerPoint) co-authored by Panorama and BCG: Why paid family leave is good business

Research article co-authored by Panorama and BCG: Why paid family leave is good business