FMLA Intermittent Leave: HR's Guide to Overcoming Compliance Challenges - on CD
FMLA intermittent leave ranks high among HR’s list of biggest compliance headaches.
Employers struggle to provide leave guaranteed under the law without putting undue burdens on managers and supervisors. It's bedeviled them, and HR professionals, since the law went into effect nearly two decades ago. In fact, dissatisfaction over the use (some would say abuse) of intermittent leave was identified as the “single most serious area of friction between employers and employees seeking to use FMLA leave,” according to a recent Department of Labor report.
Participate in this interactive webinar, and you'll learn how to calculate, track, and administer leave so your can avoid administrative headaches and keep your organization on track.
In addition, you'll learn:
- How to tell what types of absences should be classified as intermittent or reduced schedule leave under FMLA
- Intermittent leave tracking and calculation best practices
- Tips for keeping up with FMLA medical certifications related to intermittent or reduced schedule leave, so you don’t overstep the legal bounds of federal law
- How to handle the medical recertification process under FMLA and obtain releases to return to work
- Key components your attendance/call-in policy should include, and how to enforce the policy
- And more
In just 90 minutes, you'll get the answers to your toughest intermittent leave questions so you can prevent FMLA abuse and stay in compliance. Order now!
About your presenter:
Attorney Mary Topliff founded the Law Offices of Mary L. Topliff in San Francisco in 1997, after practicing civil and employment litigation for nine years. The firm specializes in employment law counseling, training, and compliance, focusing on practical solutions to avoid costly legal issues. She has advised many organizations regarding a wide variety of leave of absence and disability accommodation issues, provided training to managers and human resources professionals, and has crafted customized policies and procedures to comply with legal requirements. She is a published author and frequent speaker on legal issues impacting the workplace.