The recently-released Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) regulations require employers to make many changes to their FMLA policies, procedures, and documentation.
The new Regulations also provided the much anticipated interpretation and regulatory framework for the family military leave amendments of January 2008.
Though new, these new regulations have not lessened the confusion for employers, especially in areas such as determining what is a qualifying serious health condition, complying with notification and certification requirements, and providing intermittent leave.
That's where we can help. This audio conference addresses Top 10 FMLA compliance problems, and will answer tricky questions like:
- When can you terminate someone on FMLA leave?
- If proper notice is not provided by the employee, can you refuse to provide FMLA protection for an absence?
- What is the difference between intermittent leave and light duty?
- What happens when an employee qualifies for leave under the FMLA, ADA, and/or Workers' Compensation?
- What are the consequences to you if you don't provide the appropriate notice?
- When can leave be taken intermittently or on a reduced leave schedule?
- When can you contact the doctor who certified the leave?
- Can you deny FMLA leave to someone who doesn't follow your attendance policies?
- Does vacation/sick time continue to accrue when an employee is on FMLA leave?
PLUS...you will get all of the forms you need to administer the FMLA.