FMLA

When Employees Lie About FMLA When employees lie about FMLA, Family and Medical Leave Act, what is an employer to do? A very common situation when an employer catches or suspects an employee is abusing the FMLA. It is hard to prove because the law will be more on the side of the employee. Employees […]

Fully Paid Parental Leave Fully paid parental leave in San Francisco makes them the first city in the State of California and all of the nation to pass such an ordinance. “On April 5, 2016, San Francisco became the first American jurisdiction to mandate fully paid parental leave for parents to bond with their child.  […]

Do Not Send FMLA Notices By Regular Mail Do not send FMLA notices by regular mail but rather it is a good practice to start sending FMLA notices by certified mail. But then even by certified mail it can get a little confusing to say the least. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, Wage […]

Job Hunting While on a Leave of Absence Can a person go job hunting while on a leave of absence or FMLA? That is a good question. Actually this issue really doesn’t come up often but non the less it is a good question. If an employer finds out that an employee was out job […]

Denying FMLA Rights to Married Couples Denying FMLA rights to married couples who work for the same company. FMLA (Family Medical Leave Act) according to the United States Department of Labor, “The FMLA entitles eligible employees of covered employers to take unpaid, job-protected leave for specified family and medical reasons with continuation of group health […]

FMLA Mistakes

18
Oct

FMLA Mistakes – Slip ups that can happen FMLA Mistakes can be costly if you don’t know what is your responsibility as an employer. If an employee comes to you about a health issue they are having did you know they might be eligible for FMLA? It is up to you, the CEO, HR manager, […]

FMLA

06
Sep

FMLA – Family Medical Leave Act   FMLA, according to the US Department of Labor, “entitles eligible employees of covered employers to take unpaid, job-protected leave for specified family and medical reasons with continuation of group health insurance coverage under the same terms and conditions as if the employee had not taken leave.” Sounds pretty […]