Thursday, July 30
9:00 am PT | 12:00 pm ET
Take a peek behind the scenes as the Department of Labor (DOL) presents a head-to-toe overview of changes to its optional-use Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) forms. Learn what’s changed in the revision and get a glimpse of how the new forms look. A representative from the DOL’s Wage and Hour Division, which administers and enforces the FMLA, will guide attendees through the revision process itself and an understanding of its most-requested changes to the forms. This session will answer your burning questions about the use of the DOL’s FMLA forms and leave you prepared for the updates.
This webinar is free for both DMEC members and nonmembers.
- Gain an understanding of what is changing in the revised version of the FMLA forms.
- Learn firsthand from the DOL what has been involved in the forms revision process and what the top-requested changes have been.
- Address frequently asked questions around the FMLA forms and their use by employers.
Christine Schott, Acting Director, U.S. Department of Labor, Wage and Hour Division
Christine Schott is currently acting director for the U.S. Department of Labor, wage and hour division, a division of FMLA and section 14(c). Christine has worked with the wage and hour division since 1997. During her more than 20 years with the agency she has worked as an investigator, manager, and regional and national office advisor. Christine is a graduate of Millsaps College and Bowling Green State University. A native of Lafayette, Louisiana, she is currently based in Washington, D.C.
This session qualifies for the following CEUs: 1 CLMS, 1 PHR, and 1 SHRM. To qualify for CEU credit:
- You must attend the full duration of the webinar. Following the webinar and once attendance has been confirmed, you will receive an email with CEU reporting information.
- You must register for and watch the webinar individually. Group participation does not qualify for CEU credit.
Exclusively offered by DMEC, the Certified Leave Management Specialist (CLMS) program is the only professional designation of its kind that provides interactive, hands-on training to ensure your programs effectively comply with state and federal leave laws. Learn more about the CLMS program.