Your First Stop on the Road to FMLA Compliance
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- Students will be able to answer the question, does my organization have to comply with the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Students will also understand what next steps to take toward ensuring compliance with FMLA
- Students will be provided with actual documents they can convert and use to comply with FMLA
- No prior knowledge of the subject is required
In this course you will:
- Learn what the FMLA Regulation Covers in general
- Be able to determine if the type of employer you are must comply with FMLA
- Be able to identify which employees should be counted and which do not have to be counted to determine if you must comply
- Be able to avoid some common road hazards and understand consequences of non-compliance with FMLA
- Be able to provide the required Notice
- Be able to develop the policies that will affect how you administer FMLA
- Business Owners, Human Resource Professionals or anyone else who needs to know if FMLA applies to their organization
Welcome to the first stop on the FMLA Road to Compliance, Does FMLA Apply to My Company? This is the first in a series of courses that will be offered on the Family Medical Leave Act. If you are responsible for answering employee questions regarding FMLA or leaves in general, this course is for you. Whether you are an owner, human resource professional, or even someone who helps others comply with the Family Medical Leave Act, this course will help.
Welcome to the first stop on the FMLA Road to Compliance, Does FMLA Apply to My Company? This is the first in a series of courses that will be offered on the Family Medical Leave Act. In this session, we will take a few moments to go over the map and explore the topics we will discuss.
In this Topic we will discuss the purpose of the Family Medical Leave Act and the types of leave that are covered, Parental, Medical and Military.
The last thing any employer wants to receive is notification of a lawsuit. The truth is, compliance with FMLA’s rules literally may determine if a company will survive or not. At a minimum it would take a big bite out of your bottom line. In this session we’ll be looking at the cost that can be associated with FMLA, especially when you are not in compliance.
In this topic we will be discussing what private sector employers must comply with the FMLA laws. We will be talking about both for profit and non-profit organizations. At the end of this lesson, you should be able to determine if you are a private sector employer and need to comply with FMLA.
Recent actions by the National Labor and Relations Board (NLRB) has put the spotlight on joint employers. Since being designated as a joint employer has ramifications on whether or not a company has to comply with FMLA laws, an understanding of how joint employer status determinations are viewed at this time is important.
A successor employer has unique issues under FMLA. First, depending on what happened during the merger or acquisition, the successor employer may now be a covered employer and second, while it might not be a covered employer, it could still have FMLA responsibilities with the former company’s employees.
Once you have determined the type of employer you are, the next step is to actually count your employees to determine if you are a covered employer under FMLA. In this topic we will define who is an employee, discuss the various types of employees and go into focus on each type to discuss how they are impacted by FMLA.