Discover New Strategies for Verifying Leave Requests, Updating Leave Policies and More
When it comes to employee leave, many employers struggle to grasp the ins and outs of the ADA and the FMLA. This informative program delves into the interaction between the ADA and the FMLA, general rules for creating FMLA policies, essential guidelines for determining whether a reasonable accommodation causes an undue hardship and more - register today!
Stay on top of recent legislative changes.
Evaluate the relationship between the ADA, FMLA, workers' compensation and other leave laws.
Discover what counts as a reasonable accommodation vs. an unreasonable accommodation.
Examine best practices for responding to FMLA requests.
Investigate the legal risks of failing to monitor intermittent leave.
Analyze legal best practices for drafting FMLA policies.
Develop strategies for conducting effective leave abuse investigations.
Uncover critical mistakes employers make when terminating employees on leave.
Reviewing the Latest Legislative Changes
The Relationship Between the FMLA, ADA, Workers' Comp and Other Laws
How to Determine Whether Leave Qualifies as a Reasonable Accommodation
FMLA Leave - Verifying and Responding to Requests
How to Manage Intermittent Leave: Essential Guidelines
Creating and Updating FMLA Policies
Leave Abuse and Misuse: Investigation Best Practices
Disciplining and Firing Workers on Leave: Avoiding Critical Mistakes
KRISTIN V. HAYES is an attorney with Wiley Malehorn Sirota & Raynes. Her practice focuses on commercial and employment law. Within these practice areas, Ms. Hayes counsels her clients and litigates on their behalf on a wide array of issues involving contract negotiations, personnel matters, and compliance issues. Her practice also includes personal injury litigation. Ms. Hayes is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association, the Morris County and Somerset County bar associations, and the New Jersey Women Lawyers Association. She formerly was an adjunct professor at the Seton Hall University School of Law, teaching legal research and writing. Ms. Hayes earned her undergraduate degree from Pennsylvania State University and her J.D. degree from the Seton Hall University School of Law.
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