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2020 FMLA Master Class: Texas Advanced Skills for Employee Leave Mgt (AHM)

5th March 2020

Irving, United States

Part of the Caroline Mcgowan series

2020 FMLA Master Class: Texas Advanced Skills for Employee Leave Management

About this Event


On-Site Seminar:

Dallas, Texas | Thursday, March 5, 2020

Morning Focus: Master FMLA Essentials to Make Sure Your Knowledge Foundation is Up to Date

Afternoon Focus: FMLA Compliance Scenarios and Case Studies for Real-World Application

Lunch is included with your registration!

The 2020 FMLA Master Class: Texas will teach you how to apply essential Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) compliance principles to successfully navigate tricky FMLA-related compliance waters, so you can consistently make the right call as to FMLA eligibility, notice and medical certifications, how to control and prevent FMLA abuses, and overall avoid expensive mistakes that could lead to lawsuits and costly fines.

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Employee leave management is one of the biggest ongoing challenges for HR professionals. There are voluminous Department of Labor (DOL) regulations to grapple with and a steady stream of new federal court rulings on FMLA interference and retaliation being handed down each year. Led by experienced labor and employment attorneys, this class provides intensive instruction to help you master real-life FMLA challenges with insights into recent rulings, long-standing case law precedent, DOL interpretations, opinion letters, and regulations—as well as the trainers’ own experiences in advising clients—you’ll learn actionable examples on how to legally handle tricky FMLA issues that come up in daily work life.

This all-day workshop, which includes ample time for discussion, will provide you with comprehensive instruction on:

New and existing FMLA regulations

The latest FMLA-related court rulings

How to solve every day FMLA administration challenges concerning:

leave requests and FMLA eligibility;

medical certifications;

intermittent and reduced schedule leave;

employee performance issues and discipline;

how to count FMLA leave during holidays and plan for office shutdowns;

the intersection of FMLA with disability laws, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act and state workers’ compensation law;

And more!

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