The Family and Medical Leave Act can be difficult to administer. Employee situations vary greatly, FMLA laws change frequently and it’s easy to misconstrue the rules of intermittent and reduced-schedule leave.
This special one-hour Webinar is the easiest and most concise way to keep up with the ever-changing FMLA landscape. Our trainers continuously tracking the latest trends and rulings to ensure you receive the most relevant and useful information available today. Which is why your participation in FMLA: Administering Intermittent and Reduced-Schedule Leave is so critical—and it takes just a fraction of the time spent in typical training seminars.
Sign up now for this special training event guaranteed to have the latest FMLA information. Plus, there’s a new session on what to expect from the FMLA in the future! It’s a must for FMLA benefit administrators at any level who want to gain the knowledge—and confidence—to tackle any FMLA situation that comes across their desks.
Take a Glimpse at What You’ll Learn:
- Guidelines on handling the many questions that can arise when granting intermittent leave
- When department of labor auditors come knocking—will your intermittent leave recordkeeping pass the test?
- When you must extend FMLA beyond 12 weeks
- Guidelines for deciding which days or hours to use for intermittent and reduced-schedule leave
- Conditions to meet before transferring an employee using intermittent leave to an “equivalent” position—and why you must get this right
- Your employee notice requirements—key changes from the recently revamped FMLA regulations
- Grasping the changing definition of “Health Care Provider”—who qualifies now?
- When it’s your absolute right to refuse to restore an employee to an equivalent position
Q & A Session:
Upon enrolling in the Webinar, you will have the opportunity to submit your questions via e-mail. Time permitting, your trainer will address questions from Webinar participants. Many questions will be addressed in the Webinar itself. Others will be addressed in the supporting materials that will be available exclusively to Webinar participants.