Tag Archives: Family Medical Leave Act

Federal Court Expands Paid Leave Rights for Manufacturing Employees

A United States federal judge in Manhattan struck down four regulations issued by the United States Department of Labor (“DOL”) limiting paid leave entitlements under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.  In his August 3, 2020 decision, Judge J. Paul Oetken found the DOL exceeded its authority (a) by determining that employees were not entitled … Continue Reading

Family Medical Leave Act Webinar: From Vegas Trips to Fake Doctors’ Slips

As virtually every HR professional will tell you, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is one of the most confusing and complicated employment laws to administer. While providing job-protected leave for employees with serious health conditions or other qualifying events, it also presents the opportunity for misuse—or blatant abuse—by employees who want to mask … Continue Reading
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