Patrick Hurley had worked the requisite amount of hours to quality for FMLA leave. He also had a “serious health…Click to continue
Today, employers must comply with more laws governing the employer/employee relationship than at any other time in history – and more legislation’s coming. To make things even more complicated, many of the statutes overlap and contain numerous gray areas. This site will keep you abreast of employment law changes and what you must do to stay in compliance to avoid costly litigation and penalties.
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Intermittent FMLA leave can be easy for workers to abuse. So employers often take extreme steps to make sure they aren’t being taken advantage of — but did this company go too far?
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For employers, determining whether an employee’s absence(s) should be designated as FMLA leave is already tricky enough. But a recent court ruling could complicate this process even further.
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