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The newly enacted law is being called one of the country’s broadest and most generous paid family and medical leave programs.
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With the approach of a new year come new budgets — and for some workers, new expectations about what they'll find in their paychecks.
A recent survey of U.S. employers by consulting firm Mercer found they plan to raise budgets for nonunion compensation by an average of 3.5% in merit increases and 3.9% overall during 2024.
Those numbers are slightly less than the increases employers have actually shelled out in 2023.
Budgeting is a calculated risk. Going into 2024, the labor market is still tight and workers still exert leverage. However, inflation is less of a concern and layoffs have been soaring.
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