One third, 33%, of employers report an increase in intermittent leave usage and 45% say they have difficulty managing or tracking it, according to a recent Mercer study.

Intermittent leave, a type of Family and Medical Leave Act job protection, is leave taken in various blocks of time for a single qualifying family or medical issue. With its usage on the rise, this type of leave potentially may become a growing burden for your clients.

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