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Products & Services Human Resources HR Strategy and Structure

Benchmarking Leave of Absence and FMLA Program Administration

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ID: 4779


Features:

Metrics, Graphics


Pages/Slides: 47


Published: Pre-2013


Delivery Format: Online PDF Document


 

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  • STUDY OVERVIEW
  • BENCHMARK CLASS
  • STUDY SNAPSHOT
  • KEY FINDINGS
  • SPECIAL OFFER
STUDY OVERVIEW

In todays’ competitive environment, keeping a tab on the costs has been a vital aspect for the Human Resources Department. Among the many cost drivers, effective operation of Leave of absence and FMLA program (Family and Medical Leave Act) can play a significant role in cost management. Key metrics and info graphics in this study will help in managing cost and tracking FMLA activities. Insights from this 48-slide presentation will guide HR leaders in effectively implementing the LOA and FMLA programs in their organization.

SAMPLE KEY METRICS

  • Average days of leave per eligible employee per year
  • Unit cost of LOA processing
  • Average Cycle Time for Processing Leaves
  • Percentage of Leaves Resulting in Return to Work


Industries Profiled:
High Tech; Aerospace; Banking; Manufacturing; Professional Services; Computer Hardware; Computers; Chemical; Defense; Telecommunications; Financial Services; Electronics; Health Care; Energy


Companies Profiled:
Agilent Technologies; Boeing; Caterpillar; Convergys; Dell Computer; ExxonMobil; General Electric; Lockheed Martin; Motorola; Raytheon; SBC Communications; Embarq (formerly Sprint); Arrow Electronics; Inc.; Baton Rouge General Medical Center; Consolidated Container Company; Entergy; Lantronix; United Defense


Study Snapshot

This study is based on a Research and Consulting project for a major U.S. company as well as 18 other companies across several industries, including high tech, defense, telecommunications, manufacturing, energy, computer hardware and banking. Results are based on a survey with benchmark partners.

Key topics include:
  • Effective organizational structure
  • Type and length of leaves
  • Volume of work and processing time
  • Leave tracking and extent of automation
  • Program cost, process cycle time and productivity
  • Staffing, outsourcing and resource levels for LOA and FMLA

Sample Key Finding

One key finding is that companies are saving about 30% through outsourcing compared with in-house costs of the benchmark class.

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