With a veritable alphabet soup of employee benefits regulation directly or indirectly affecting leaves of absence, employers are trying to keep from drowning in paperwork. Industry observers can't help but notice interesting new convergences between the Family and Medical Leave Act, which this year marked its 20th anniversary, and the Affordable Care Act, Americans with Disabilities Act and Defense of Marriage Act.

Question is, will the effort to comply with this regulatory trend sink or swim?

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