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FMLA in the Trenches
FMLA in the Trenches: Advanced Tips & Tactics for Administering Problematic Leaves of Absence
Discover the pitfalls – and benefits – of the expanded FMLA
Maybe you already speak "FMLA-ese" and have a general understanding of the recent changes to FMLA regulations. But don't stop there – your employee's lawyer won't! Our advanced FMLA training, FMLA in the Trenches, will teach you how to:
FMLA in the Trenches is for moderate-to-experienced HR professionals and benefits administrators who are responsible for reviewing and/or making determinations about FMLA leave requests.
Rather than a review of the law's basics, this session dives right into the complex (and legally dangerous) FMLA issues you face each day.
The FMLA opens a whole new area of potential risks and legal hoops to jump through. But it also hands you some additional tools to protect your company and effectively administer problematic leaves of absence. This session explores both.
Our promise: By the end of this recording, you will feel much more comfortable applying the FMLA in your workplace.
Specifically, you'll learn:
This comprehensive session focuses not only on the requirements of the FMLA, but how those requirements work with the law that's been an administrative nightmare for more than 20 years. You'll learn how to administer and apply the FMLA in the face of regulatory updates, statutory changes and new court rulings. Get your copy of FMLA in the Trenches now!
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