In this training, you’ll learn the basics of FMLA and how to handle the daily processes. Protect your employer by keeping the rules and supporting your employees. Many companies struggle with FMLA–following the rules actually makes it easier!
FMLA mistakes can cost big bucks and prevent your employees from getting the time and support they need to recover from illness or injury, bond with a baby, or take care of a loved one.
If you struggle setting boundaries with your employees on intermittent FMLA this will help you understand the limitations and benefits to you and your employees.
Your HR department will handle the details, but you need to know the basics.
Why you should Attend
If you want to be up to date on the basics of FMLA, this is the webinar for you.
Areas Covered in the Session
If you have 50 or more employees, your employees are probably eligible for FMLA. Here’s what you need to know.
- Who is eligible for FMLA?
- Remote workers
- Boomerang workers
- What is a family member?
- Serious health condition definition
- When you can say no
- Sending people to the doctor
- Intermittent FMLA rules
- Making accommodations
- When someone doesn’t work 40 hours a week
- Make call-in rules your best friend
- When you can contact an employee on FMLA
- Mental Health and FMLA
Who Will Benefit
- Business Owners
- Human Resources professionals
- Managers & Supervisors
- Project Managers
- Team Leaders
- Compliance professionals
- Operations professionals
Suzanne Lucas spent 10 years in corporate HR where she hired, fired, managed the numbers, and double-checked with the lawyers. She left the corporate world to advise people and companies on how to have the best Human Resources departments possible.
Suzanne integrates best practices with innovative ideas and humor, including using improv comedy as a tool for leadership development.
Suzanne’s writings have been published at CBS News, Inc. Magazine, Reader’s Digest, and many other sites. She’s been named a top influencer in HR. You can read her archives at EvilHRLady.org or check out her Tedx Talk: Forget Talent and Get to Work.