The Family and Medical Leave Act is probably THE most complex piece of federal employment legislation ever passed.
Trying to administer FMLA creates many questions. The first two questions are,
“What type of leave is being requested?” and
“What documentation do I need?”
Then the question is: What is the FMLA request for:
- Birth of a child?
- Adoption of a child?
- A block of time?
- Reduced Schedule?
- Episodic Illness?
- Chronic Illness?
- Qualified Exigency?
- Military Relative Wounded in Action?
- For the Employee?
- Employee’s Spouse?
- Employee’s Child?
- Employee’s Parent?
- Is it a worker’s comp injury?
- Is it a “Key” employee?
- Do I need a letter for each situation?
By attending this webinar participants will learn:
- A Summary of the Family and Medical Leave Act
- FMLA Communication Requirements
- How to handle requests for FMLA
- Is it necessary for an employee to request FMLA?
- How to track FMLA and stay in touch with employees on leave
- The proper documentation you need exceed the minimum compliance standards
- The difference between all of the various reasons for FMLA and how to handle each.
- Tips to ensure receipt the documentation you need.
- Using electronic recordkeeping and reminders
- What to do if the employee cannot come back to work after their FMLA expires
Why you should attend?
- FMLA is very complicated. Everyone needs an update on how to comply.
- Make a mistake and go to court – Not a good way to take care of your employees or your employer. Make sure you know what to do.
- Most managers do not understand FMLA, this webinar will give you tips on how to communicate with your peers on the nuances of FMLA.
Who will benefit?
- Any and all employers with 50 or more employees.
- Human Resources Professionals
- Employees required to manage employee leaves
- Payroll administrators
- Individuals responsible for maintaining personnel files
Bob McKenzie, has over 40 years of human resources management experience. His background includes a wide range of hands-on experience in all areas of Human resources management in all types of industries within the public and private sectors.
Bob has been cited in a number of Human Resources trade publications. Among them are HR.com, HR Magazine, HR Florida Review, Vault.com, BNA and the Institute of Management and Administration and the Business Journal. He has been a speaker at a number of conferences as well as audio and web-based seminars.
Bob is a graduate of Rider University where he received a Bachelor of Science in Commerce Degree and double majored in Industrial Relations and Organizational Behavior.