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David Setzkorn

David Setzkorn

David Setzkorn is HUB International's Senior Vice President and National Practice Leader Workforce Absence Management. David has over 13 years experience working in the broker/carrier space as a subject matter expert on Leave Administration.  His experience includes consultation and development of Absence Management and ADA programs with clients ranging from implementation, cost benefit analysis, training and ongoing compliance with state and federal regulations as well as product and program development. His clients have ranged from start up companies, location/regional companies, multi-national restaurant chains (U.S. and Canada) to large national grocery chains. He is a nationally recognized speaker working with organizations such as DMEC, IBI, SHRM and ISCEBS to deliver trainings and content regarding FMLA, ADAAA, Paid Family Medical Leave and state and municipal leave programs. David is a graduate of Arizona State University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Purchasing and Logistics Management and an MBA with an emphasis in Project Management. He also holds a Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) designation along with multiple certifications in IT and Operational Management. He lives in Phoenix, AZ with his wife and 5 children. He spends his off time working with The Boy and Cub Scouts of America

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Why Arizona Employers Need to Pay Attention to Paid Family Medical Leave

David Setzkorn

Employers in Arizona may think they are immune to the nationwide surge in the enactment of Paid Family Medical Leave (PFML) programs. Nevertheless, they may want to reconsider this as they review their overall benefits strategy. This is especially true because there are actions Arizona employers can take now to better adapt in the future.

From a national perspective, there are 13 states that either have or are implementing PFML programs, representing over 25% of the country where employers will need to participate in some fashion.

States with PFML, such as California, Oregon, Washington, and Colorado, all surround Arizona, and some of our neighbors, such as New Mexico, have tried to get a PFML law passed for the last few years.

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Topics: Paid Time Off (PTO), Arizona, Workforce Absence Management

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