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Intermittent FMLA Leave: Curbing Abuse

Business Watch Network

Mar. 31, 2020
Recorded Online
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Don't Be Fooled By Improper Leaves of Absence

Employees believe that they can pull the wool over your eyes with leave of absences and the FMLA. Although some use a leave of absence for legitimate health conditions, others abuse the FMLA and your leave of absence policies and try to get away with leave of absences even though they are not even entitled to the protections of the FMLA or your leave policies.

In this live 90-minute webinar, HR expert and employment attorney Melissa Fleischer will reveal how employees get away with unjustified leaves of absence and will share useful tips to avoid FMLA abuse. You will learn about the FMLA and what it requires so that you can prevent your employees from taking advantage of this law and of your leave of absence policies

Key Topics

  • Learn the top FMLA abuses employees try to get away with including: misusing intermittent leave, faking a serious health condition and taking FMLA leave to care for family members not covered by the FMLA.
  • Understand the most employer-friendly methods for determining the 12-month period to use for calculating intermittent leave. Avoid letting employees take twice the length of time they are entitled to.
  • Best practices for handling intermittent FMLA leave

Speaker

Melissa FleischerMelissa Fleischer, Esq. is a sought-after employment law attorney and founder of HR Learning Center, Inc. Ms. Fleischer provides preventative counseling and proactive training on a wide-range of employment law issues to help employers achieve legal compliance and reduce litigation costs.

 

 

 

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