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Intermittent FMLA Leave: Understand the Requirements and Prevent Abuse
  • Tuesday, November 19
  • Webinar
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer as she breaks down the issues with intermittent FMLA leave into easy to understand tips and how-tos, which will help you ensure that your organization is in compliance with the law’s requirements and that your employees are not abusing their leave privileges.

Avoiding Liability Under the FLSA: Three-Part FLSA Bootcamp for HR Professionals (Multi Session)
  • Tuesday, December 10
  • Webinar
Melissa Fleischer

Avoiding Liability Under the FLSA: Three-Part FLSA Bootcamp for HR Professionals offers important answers to these and other key FLSA compliance questions. Avoiding Liability Under the FLSA: Three-Part FLSA Bootcamp for HR Professionals also offers a comprehensive understanding of all of the current and emerging FLSA compliance requirements. You’ll get all this in just three sessions. In addition, you’ll discuss practical real life case studies.

Final FLSA Overtime Rule Issued by DOL: What You Need to Know
  • Tuesday, December 10
  • Webinar
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer, attorney at law, as she provides this in-depth overview of the Final Rule and advice on methods for employers to ensure compliance with these revisions to the FLSA.

FLSA Compensable Time Issues That Can Trip You Up Big Time
  • Wednesday, December 11
  • Webinar
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer, attorney at law, as she explains the compensable and overtime rules step-by-step and gives examples of the problems employers face while also offering practical solutions that will keep you in compliance with the FLSA overtime and compensable time requirements.

ADA and Leaves of Absence: What you Need to Know Including Guidance from the Recent EEOC Resource Document
  • On-demand
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer as she covers the EEOC’s recent guidance and helps you understand the federal laws in play, the employer’s associated legal responsibilities, and how to provide the employee with the right leave option while mitigating the risk of liability.

Leave Law Quandary: When to Apply the ADA, FMLA and Workers’ Compensation
  • On-demand
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer as she provides the answers to these and many more questions to help you steer clear of the problems that these three important leave laws can create.

Employees with Chronic Illnesses: Understanding Your Legal Obligation to Accommodate
  • On-demand
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer, attorney at law, as she reviews your legal obligations under the ADA, FMLA and GINA for accommodating employees with chronic illnesses, and offers best practice tips for dealing with a perilous legal situation at a time of great employee stress.

FMLA Compliance Review: Step-by-Step Guidance to Reduce Employee Abuse & Minimize Potential Employer Liability
  • On-demand
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer, attorney at law, as she provides a comprehensive analysis of the requirements set forth in the FMLA relating to leave of absences and offers a step-by-step plan of action when employees are out on a leave of absence that is in compliance with legal requirements. In addition, Ms. Fleischer will also discuss best practices for administering the FMLA in your workplace.

DOL Issues New Opinion Letter on FMLA Compliance
  • On-demand
Melissa Fleischer

Please join attorney Melissa Fleischer for this in-depth FMLA compliance guide and discussion of the new FMLA DOL opinion letter

Psychiatric Disabilities: How to Accommodate & Reduce Employer Risk and Liability
  • On-demand
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer, attorney at law, as she takes you step-by-step through what you should consider from certifying an employee as having a psychiatric disability and the required employer accommodations, all the way to the additional regulations which an employer should be concerned with as well.

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