Webinar Recording: What Would the Experts Do? Test Your FMLA Knowledge

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Compliance with the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) remains a top challenge for employers. It gets even murkier when you tie in emerging state leave laws, intermittent leave management, and granting accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). It isn’t surprising that more and more employers are finding that it is getting harder, not easier, to stay compliant as time goes by. Beyond simply knowing the laws, applying them to dynamic and nuanced everyday situations raises the risk of non-compliance. It also leaves employers asking the question, “What should I do?”

During this webinar, attendees were presented with real-life scenarios, each with multiple-choice options to test their knowledge. Our panel then walked through each situation, explaining the best answer, and provided insights and “tried-and-true” best practices to ensure you’re keeping your FMLA program on the right track.

Presenters

  • Margaret Guerrette, Product Manager, Guardian
  • James Venable, JD, Vice President of Employment Law, Absence, and Accommodation Compliance, ReedGroup
  • Sue Woods, Esq., Senior Compliance Counsel, ReedGroup

CEUs

This webinar qualifies for the following CEUs: 1 CLMS, 1 CPDM, 1 PHR, and 1 SHRM. If you are interested in receiving continuing education credit for the recorded webinar, you will need to watch the full webinar, and then download your certificate of attendance from the “Webinar Recording and Continuing Education” tab.

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