Today’s human resources professionals handle requests for FMLA leave on a seemingly constant basis. A myriad of forms, deadlines, policy requirements and medical certifications combine to weave a web of potential organizational and personal liability for HR professionals and even managers and supervisors. The FMLA is one of the most complicated employment laws for human resources professionals to manage. Are your current practices up to date?
- The elusive “serious health condition”
- Employee notice requirements: can the employee simply decide not to show up for work?
- Managing intermittent leave
- Administering attendance policies under the FMLA
- Understanding FMLA for military situations
- Review of policy requirements and FMLA forms to properly administer the law
Who Should Attend
Human resources professionals who administer FMLA leaves
This class is also available for supervisors as an on-site program tailored to the individual organization.
Employers Council staff attorney