Professional Development: Family Medical Leave - What You Need To Know!
Professional Development: Family Medical Leave - What You Need to Know!
Some of the trickiest issues that HR managers face on a daily basis are employee requests for time off due to illness—whether it’s their own illness or a family member’s. What questions can you ask? Can you ask for documentation? How long can an employee be out of work? Do you have to leave their position empty while they are out? What if an employee doesn’t know when he or she will be back to work? What if you receive information suggesting that an employee isn’t really sick? This seminar will provide guidance on answering these and others of the most common questions that come up when an employee needs time out of work. Come with your questions!
Amy Dieterich, Esq.
Skelton Taintor & Abbott
Amy’s practice as at attorney at Skelton Taintor & Abbott involves representing individual clients and businesses in commercial disputes, employment and labor law issues, family matters, as well as litigation, arbitration, and regulatory proceedings. She has been selected for inclusion in 2017, 2018 and 2019 New England Rising Stars© in the category of Business Litigation.
Who Should Attend:
H.R. professionals and anyone interested in knowing more about the state and federal laws covering medical leave for employees, themselves, or their family.
What Will You Learn?
Participants will leave this seminar knowing who is entitled to medical leave, whether that leave is paid or unpaid, how long an employee’s protected leave can last and what employers can and should do while an employee is out on leave.
This program is part of the LA Metro Chamber's Professional Development Series for which the Chamber charges a registration fee. The fee is not charged by the presenter.
Please note: If you wish to cancel your registration for this event, please be advised that The Chamber requires notification of cancellation at least 2 business days (no less than 48 hours before the start time) in advance of the event. Otherwise, no refunds will be issued.