Woman holding baby while working Regardless of the law or the scarcity of qualified personnel, with so many companies now offering paid leaves of various kinds, companies that do are likelier to attract the best available talent.

Even as the country starts to see green shoots of normal life in the news and on the streets, the altered workstyle has changed the relationship between employers and their employees. While it remains to be seen if this will be the “new normal,” these new arrangements have several implications for what benefits are offered and how they are managed. Decisions now could influence employee relations and company performance for some time to come.

John Mcfarland John McFarland, SHRM-CP, is senior vice president of client development for Vensure Employer Services.

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