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CFRA Leave Management: Legal HR Strategies to Prevent and Discipline Abuse - On-Demand

CFRA Leave Management: Legal HR Strategies to Prevent and Discipline Abuse - On-Demand

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CFRA Leave Management: Legal HR Strategies to Prevent and Discipline Abuse - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

The California Family Rights Act (CFRA) and the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) protect employees who need time off for a variety of reasons—and those reasons continue to grow!

Most employees are honest, but there will always be a few who are going to try to work the system. An employee may develop a mysterious case of “Monday-and-Friday-itis” or may look awfully robust in his or her social media updates…another may provide you with a medical “certification” that seems dubious at best.

As a savvy HR professional, what can you do when scenarios like this arise in your workplace? You can’t let the suspected abuse continue, but you also know that there are potential legal risks if you challenge (or discipline) the employee inappropriately.

The good news is that employers do have rights in this area. If you know exactly what your rights are and how to legally assert them, you don’t have to sit back and let dishonest employees abuse protected leave.

Use this on-demand webinar when attorney Danielle Moore of Fisher Phillips will show you how to detect common abuse traps and fine-tune your CFRA abuse radar. You’ll learn to spot when protected family and medical leave is being misused, and how to navigate the web of leave laws to legally stop abusers.

You’ll also learn: 

  • How to confirm that an employee is eligible for CFRA or FMLA leave, how much time is allowed, and in what increments 
  • The practical impact of Richey v. Auto Nation, where a moonlighting employee was fired for CFRA abuse 
  • When you can require employees to schedule absences in advance—including policy-drafting tips to live by! 
  • How changes to CFRA that went into effect in 2015 differ from federal regulations 
  • How to spot patterns of CFRA abuse when absences surround weekends and holidays, and if the employee works another job 
  • When and how to investigate for suspected leave abuse and (legally) deny reinstatement 
  • How to use medical certifications—and when to require re-certifications 
  • How to train supervisors in managing CFRA/FMLA leave 
  • How to maintain and apply consistent leave policies in accordance with state and federal law 
  • And much more!

About Your Presenter: 

Danielle Moore, Esq.Danielle Moore, Esq. 
Partner 
Fisher Phillips

Danielle Moore co-chairs the Fisher Phillips firm-wide Women’s Initiative and Leadership Council. She represents and counsels employers in all aspects of labor and employment law, including employment discrimination, wrongful termination, harassment, retaliation, and wage-hour class action lawsuits, as well as employment handbook and personnel policy preparation, and general preventive advice including hiring, discipline and termination practices. Ms. Moore has experience litigating matters in state and federal courts, state administrative tribunals, and in arbitration.

Ms. Moore regularly conducts management training and lectures on employment issues. She also teaches an employment law course at San Diego State University and serves on the Human Resources Advisory Board for the University. Ms. Moore also serves on the Board of Directors for the PHCC Academy and the Lawyers Club of San Diego. She also serves as President of the Lawyers Club’s North County Chapter.

Ms. Moore is “AV” Peer Review Rated Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell and was recently named one of San Diego’s 2014 and 2015 “Top Attorneys,” one of 2014 and 2015’s “Best of the Bar,” as well as one of the “Top 40 under 40 Best and Brightest Minds of San Diego.” 

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