Leave Management Policies and Practices in State Government
Hear from a panel of experts on issues and best practices around sound leave management policies and practice implications.
Employer paid time off has long been a benefit to workers in most industries. In the public sector, however, many policies and practices are outdated and vulnerable to unexpected costs and liabilities. For example, many state governments still allow the accumulation of paid time off with little to no cap. This can result in often large payouts upon retirement or resignation. States and localities are beginning to take a close look at their policies and practices to determine a balance between what is best for the budget and what is best for the employee. Data visibility and transparency is just a start to addressing these issues.
In this national webinar, you will hear from a panel of experts on issues and best practices around sound leave management policies and practice implications. Join NASCA on Wednesday, August 4th to hear more about this work and a new report being released in the near future.
Participants will learn about:
- Understanding the wide variety of leave programs
- Complexity of decentralized departments/processes
- Leave liability/abuse
- Data analysis to spot trends and patterns
- Richard Greene, Barrett & Greene
- Katherine Barrett, Barrett & Greene
- Alicia Hunt, Department of Transportation, State of Arkansas
- Linda Misegadis, UKG