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FMLA Self-Audits: Find and Fix Problems with Your Leave Practices Before the Feds Do

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Jan. 12, 2017
Recorded Online

If the Department of Labor (DOL) takes an interest in investigating your organization’s Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) practices, watch out! Should they uncover systemic FMLA problems, your company could be on the hook for high-priced penalties.

Given the new interim final rule the DOL published this past July, there is the potential for the DOL finding more infractions, with increased penalty amounts.

The best defense lies in conducting your own FMLA self-audit and correcting any problems before a DOL investigation or employee lawsuit arises. But what should you be looking at? How do you get started? And, most importantly, what should you do if your FMLA audit reveals problems?

This comprehensive webinar on-demand outlines how to conduct a thorough FMLA self-audit. Attorney Todd Alan Ewan will help you feel secure in your FMLA practices and endure possible DOL investigations as the agency steps up its renewed focus on enforcement.

You’ll learn: 

  • The importance of understanding FMLA requirements and recent updates 
  • Why conducting a FMLA self-audit is always a smart maintenance move 
  • What your audit should cover — FMLA recordkeeping, training, leave procedures, and more 
  • What the DOL will look for during a FMLA investigation 
  • Why training employees in FMLA compliance is essential — and pointers on how to ensure that managers know the proper steps to take to respond to requests, returns to work, etc. 
  • Why communicating your FMLA leave policy — and having a policy readily available — is so important 
  • How to ensure that your FMLA forms are up-to-date and compliant 
  • The importance of proper FMLA-related correspondence 
  • How to ensure that you’re following recertification guidelines within the proper timeframe

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