Compliance Webinar: (March 30, 2022) Absence Management Academy: A Deep Dive into FMLA While the Family Medical Leave Act of 1993 turns 29 this year, many employers are still struggling to understand the law and how to apply it. The basics aren’t so basic, especially as organizations must coordinate multiple leave programs. In fact, employers are … Continued
Compliance Webinar: (June 11, 2020) Back to the Office? And More… How COVID-19 is Affecting Absence Management. Presentation and Video Recording.
Every employer is familiar with the most common types of leaves, such as short-term disability, FMLA leave, ADA leave, or PFML. But how do you successfully administer less common leaves, like USERRA, bone marrow/organ donation leave, or school-related parental leave? It isn’t always easy for employers to manage leaves that may only come up occasionally. View … Continued
Violations of FMLA, ADA, FFCRA and ERISA are leading to serious lawsuits for employers. By the end of Q1 2021, employers paid close to $4M for FFCRA violations, per Helen Applewhaite (DMEC March 2021 Compliance Conference). How can employers avoid legal battles?
As employers plan to move employees back into the workplace, what are the various considerations employers must keep in mind when reopening their physical work locations?
Your top 10 questions answered about the Federal Legislation (FFCRA, Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act and Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act) and updates to state legislation.
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) requires certain employers to provide paid sick leave or expanded family and medical leave to employees due to COVID-19. What should employers know?
Leading psychologists answered tough questions about PTSD and return-to-work.
This presentation discusses the specific workplace and workforce-level interventions to promote a psychologically healthy work environment.
MDGuidelines Webinar: (September 2, 2021) Applying ACOEM’s Clinical Guideline for Anxiety Disorders
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) provides important protections for individuals with disabilities. However, it isn’t always easy for employers to determine when those protections apply to the workplace especially when evaluating the request for an accommodation. In fact, 2019 saw an 8.8% increase over 2018 in plaintiffs filing lawsuits1 highlighting how complicated administering the ADA … Continued
On February 5, 1993, President Clinton signed the Family Medical Leave Act of 1993. Though the law turned 28 this year, it can still prove difficult for employers to interpret: 71% of employers report that making decisions on FMLA request is a top challenge, up 48% from 2012*. To understand why, we’ll take a deeper … Continued