Do you refrain from terminating employees because you are concerned about running afoul with either the FMLA or ADA and do not want a lawsuit? The FMLA has challenged both experienced and new HR professionals since it became law. Recent changes to the FMLA and the ADAAA have increased this confusion. Understanding the various leaves that run concurrently and/or consecutively, and navigating the compliance maze adds a level of complexity that boggles the most seasoned professional.
We are presenting a 90-minute webinar on FMLA and ADAA crossover. It will help you understand when and how you can have confidence to terminate employees if they are not complying with notification and intermittent leaves as they relate to both FMLA and the ADA. Learn when enough is enough, and how to clearly document the process to avoid costly lawsuits.
We will discuss the major steps throughout an employee’s FMLA leave and then their ADA_accommodation. We will also point out the significant differences between the FMLA and ADA notification processes and the medical certification documentation required to determine eligibility for leave.
“This will be a highly interactive participant focused webinar. Participants are encouraged to be prepared with their own scenarios and questions.”
Topic: When FMLA ends, ADA begins. The FMLA/ADA Crossover: Coordination, Management, and Compliance Strategies
Date: May 21st 2018, Monday Time: 1:00 PM EDT
This course has been approved by HRCI as eligible for 1.5 credits towards a participant’s recertification upon full completion.
Instructor profile: Beth Brascugli De Lima, M.B.A., SPHR-CA, is founder, president, and principal of HRM Consulting, Inc., a California-based human resource consulting firm. Ms. De Lima has extensive experience in all areas of employment litigation including the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and Workers’ Compensation and is a recognized expert regarding Medical Leave Management employment law compliance.
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