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FMLA Intermittent and Reduced-Schedule Leave: Best Practices for Managing Leave and Mitigating Abuse - On-Demand

FMLA Intermittent and Reduced-Schedule Leave: Best Practices for Managing Leave and Mitigating Abuse - On-Demand

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FMLA Intermittent and Reduced-Schedule Leave: Best Practices for Managing Leave and Mitigating Abuse - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how to manage FMLA intermittent and reduced-schedule leave and how to spot and stop FMLA abuse.



Since FMLA covers reduced-schedule and intermittent leave for certain serious health conditions and medical treatment, a few lost hours here and there can really add up and sap productivity.

Of course, employees usually have legitimate reasons for taking intermittent or reduced-schedule leave, but there are instances of FMLA abuse and fraud. It’s HR’s job to stop employees from milking the system—without opening the employer up to retaliation lawsuits.

As you know, this is a delicate balancing act. How do you keep tabs on employees without infringing upon their rights to FMLA leave?

Use this on-demand webinar when two seasoned labor and employment lawyers, Jeffrey Shoskin and Jeffrey Lindemann, will reveal best practices for FMLA administration with respect to intermittent leave and reduced-schedule leave. During this rebroadcast of a widely popular event, you’ll learn how to comply with legal requirements, spot instances of FMLA abuse, and respond in a timely and legal manner to minimize the adverse effects such abuse can have on workplace productivity and morale.

Plus, you’ll learn:

  • Applicable FMLA regulations governing intermittent and reduced schedule leaves
  • How to proactively use your company’s attendance call-in policies to contain FMLA abuse
  • The “red flags” to watch for that could signal FMLA abuse—and how to respond
  • Best practices for containing FMLA abuse during an otherwise approved leave
  • How to address performance problems with employees on FMLA intermittent or reduced-schedule leave
  • And more!

About Your Presenter:

Jeffrey ShoskinJeffrey Shoskin, Esq.
Member
Frost Brown Todd LLC

Jeffrey Shoskin represents employers in all aspects of private and public sector employment and labor relations matters. He has served as lead counsel in state and federal court litigation, as well as before various state and federal administrative agencies and boards. Mr. Shoskin also has represented clients in collective bargaining negotiations, union campaigns, and arbitration proceedings.

Additionally, he has provided in-depth counseling and training on a wide array of employment law topics (e.g., the FMLA, the ADA, wage/hour, discrimination, harassment, wrongful discharge) and has assisted clients in drafting employee handbooks, employment forms, and confidentiality, non-compete, employment, and separation agreements. Mr. Shoskin is also a frequent lecturer on various employment law topics for local, state, and national seminar groups.


Jeffrey LindemannJeffrey Lindemann, Esq.
Member
Frost Brown Todd, LLC

Jeff Lindemann is a member in the Labor and Employment Group of the law firm of Frost Brown Todd LLC in Columbus, Ohio. His practice is concentrated on the representation of employers in a wide variety of labor and employment matters including; employment discrimination and wrongful discharge matters, wage and hour matters, trade secret and covenant not to compete matters, collective bargaining agreement negotiations and arbitrations, as well as the advice practice for companies who endeavor to comply with a wide variety of labor and employment statutes and regulations encountered in today’s workplace environment. Mr. Lindemann is a periodic speaker before legal groups, as well as various personnel and labor relations associations. He has represented a wide range of employers, including several health care institutions and providers, numerous manufacturing entities and employers in the restaurant and service industry.

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