Fewer than 15% of managers and employees understand Family and Medical Leave Act laws, according to a recent report based on 2020 survey results. The second annual “The FMLA and PFL Knowledge Gap 2020: Employee and Manager Insights” report from Majesco compiled survey results from more than 1,000 participants working for businesses with anywhere from 100 […]
Courts across the U.S. ruled in dozens of cases dealing with Family and Medical Leave Act labor laws over the past 12 months, and Marjory Robertson, assistant vice president and senior counsel at Sun Life Insurance, said she’s read the decision in every one.
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A Facebook photo surfaces showing an employee who’s using leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act relaxing on the beach. The photo can be used as proof of FMLA abuse in court — depending on the circumstances.
A state senator whose husband died while waiting for a transplant is proposing legislation requiring Wisconsin employers to allow unpaid leave for donating an organ.
A proposed federal regulation requiring employers to provide legally-married same-sex couples with benefits under the Family and Medical Leave Act regardless of their employees' state of residence could help clear up some complications caused by conflicting federal and state laws.
A former Caterpillar employee is suing the company, claiming he was fired illegally after his doctor checked the wrong box on a medical report.
All in attendance sat up and took notice when midway through a three-day conference on employment compliance, a branch chief of the U.S. Department of Labor’s enforcement division said that the agency expects to increase on-site investigations into whether companies are complying with the Family and Medical Leave Act.
Consider the following scenario: You are a nonunion employer who has just conducted an internal investigation into a harassment complaint by an employee (let’s call her Monica).
Say a client informs you that an executive may be discharged, and asks for advice. The executive’s high salary and superior communication skills would make this a relatively dangerous termination.
In an effort to root out employee abuse of Family and Medical Leave Act violations, employers are increasingly relying upon the “honest suspicion” defense – and winning.
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