According to the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC), the EEOC's enforcement efforts are targeting inflexible leave policies that result in disability discrimination. Do you find it difficult to keep track of the complex rules surrounding federal Family and Medical Leave (FMLA) with state leave regulations, time off requirements as a reasonable accommodation for disability (with or without FMLA), new state paid sick and parental leaves, and how that ties in with COBRA (or state mini-COBRA) continuation coverage and other benefits? You're not alone.
On Thursday, March 15, from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. Eastern, join Laura Kerekes from ThinkHR as she covers these topics and more so that you can mitigate challenges to leave policies and reduce damages from unintentional violations of these laws. She'll provide tips for helping to make leave management a more positive experience for employers and employees. You'll also learn about the recent provision that allows some employers to take a tax credit for instituting paid family and medical leave.
The session is limited to 1,000 participants; if you can't make it or it fills up, the session will be recorded and the slides and webinar recording will be posted online.