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FMLA and Other Leave Laws: Learn What’s Changing and How to Stay Compliant

Of all the employment laws affecting today’s businesses, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is one of the most complicated. When does it apply? What does it cover? How do you track the time taken? Is it always unpaid?

In the absence of federal-level FMLA amendments, states and cities/counties are stepping in with their own, more generous, employee leave laws. We’ll also explore this emerging issue that may impact your business (even if you’re not covered by the FMLA).

Join us for this insightful webinar, led by employment law expert, Ashley Kaplan, Esq., that cuts through the confusion with a clear, common-sense overview of the basics.

Specifically, you’ll learn:

  • How to handle common FMLA scenarios
  • States and cities/counties with expanded leave laws
  • The proper approach when federal, state and local laws conflict
  • How to administer the laws in multiple business locations
  • Workplace policy and posting considerations
  • Increased risks and liability — and how to protect your business
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Jaime Lizotte
Presented by: Jaime Lizotte,
HR Solutions Manager
Did you know? Approximately 15% of businesses have no process for tracking employee attendance. Not keeping accurate records encourages employees to work less and take unaccounted time off — simply because you permit it.
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