Reducing lost time: The correlation between family-medical leave and short-term disability

Mitchell, Kenneth; Davis, Carol
May 2006
Employee Benefit News;May2006, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p16
Highlights the findings of the Lost-Time Progression Study conducted by UnumProvident Corp. in the U.S. in 2005, which identified the various connections between lost time and the benefits that are paid to an individual during an absence. Demographic and policy factors affecting the likelihood of employees using a lost time leave; Percentage of the participating individuals who did not file a lost time event during the study period; Employees who will particularly benefit from employee assistance programs or work-life programs.


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