Failure to Issue Required Notices, Inadequate Supervisor Training, Holes in Policies, and More
Whether you're new to employment law, or you just need a little refresher, this program teaches you how to prevent and resolve top FMLA and ADA mistakes. Examine the legal landmines of not understanding the interplay of state leave laws and the FMLA, uncover the problems with not tracking leave, analyze the risks of overlooking potential leave misuse, and much more. Avoid common pitfalls - register today!
Identify the perils of failing to provide required notice of FMLA rights.
Discover the dos and don'ts of leave policies.
Determine the top dangers of disciplining employees for protected absences.
Risks in Improperly Determining Employee Eligibility
Mistakes to Avoid When Notifying Employees of FMLA Rights
Cutting Corners on Leave Policies (With Examples)
Unintended Consequences of Not Understanding How the ADA Affects Leave
Failing to Consider the Interactions Between State Leave Laws and the FMLA: Problems and Pitfalls
Hidden Dangers in Failing to Track Employee Leave
Dangers Posed By Not Sufficiently Investigating Potential Leave Abuse
Failing to Train Managers on the FMLA and the ADA - Top Risks
Retaliating Against Employees for FMLA-Protected Absences: Legal Hazards
Ralph R Smith III is a shareholder and co-chair of the labor and employment group of Capehart & Scatchard, P.A. Mr. Smith focuses his practice in employment litigation and preventative employment practices, including counseling employers on the creation of employment policies, non-compete and trade secret agreements, and training employers to avoid employment-related litigation. He represents both companies and individuals in related complex commercial litigation before federal states courts and administrative agencies in labor and employment cases, including race, gender, age, national origin, disability; and workplace harassment and discrimination matters; wage-and-hour disputes; restrictive covenants; grievances; arbitrations; drug testing; and employment-related contract issues. Mr. Smith earned his B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Temple University; and his J.D. degree, cum laude, from Temple University School of Law.
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