This program is part of The Employment Law Compliance Series for Managers & Supervisors.
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The FMLA tops the list of frustrating challenges for managers. The law is complex, confusing and easily abused by dishonest workers who want to “game the system.” To make matters worse, the price of mishandling an FMLA situation is high.
To keep your organization out of legal trouble, your managers and supervisors must understand the rules and know what to say and do when faced with an FMLA request. This program gives them the guidance they need to deal confidently with FMLA. It covers the facts without burying them in confusing legalese.
You Can't Afford to Let Your Managers Make FMLA Mistakes
It's so easy for managers and supervisors to make mistakes that can get your organization into FMLA trouble.
But the price of mishandling FMLA is high. The courts are quick to side with employees who claim their rights were violated ... even when the manager's actions were inadvertent.
That's why you should check out FMLA: Straight-Talk Compliance Training for Managers & Supervisors -- a powerful program that lays out the facts about how to deal with FMLA the right way.
This 40-min kit also includes a sample FMLA Certification Form and a sample FMLA policy.
This essential training program covers:
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