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We are a leading absence management provider currently managing over 450,000 claims for employers with as few as 500 employees and as many as 500,000. Matrix provides best in class, fully compliant administrative services for managing employee leaves of absence, disability benefits, worker's compensation benefits, and ADA accommodations.


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Who We Are
who we are
We’re a leading provider of absence management solutions working with companies in numerous industries to help them enhance productivity and stay compliant.

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1st in the Industry

to offer FMLA administration, telephonic claim intake, secure online claim intake and mobile app leave tracking and reporting.
What We Offer
what we offer
We offer a range of services that employers can draw on to create a customized absence management solution that is right for their employees’ needs—and their budget.

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for federal, state, paid family leave and paid parental leave. We do it all.
Staying Compliant
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We provide insights, guidance and absence management solutions to help employers stay on top of the regulatory environment and industry trends.

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to help employers stay informed and in compliance.


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