We are pleased to announce that our little FMLA blog has been selected for the second year in a row by the ABA Journal as one of the Top 100 Legal Blogs of 2012! In its 6th Annual ABA Journal Blawg 100, the ABA Journal also was kind enough to name us among only six labor and employment blogs receiving this honor.
In naming us to this elite group, the ABA Journal shared the following about our blog:
Is time spent filling your prescription at Walgreens covered by the Family and Medical Leave Act? Is leave beyond FMLA an “undue hardship” under the Americans with Disabilities Act? For employers with FMLA concerns, this blog is the place to go. Blogger Jeff Nowak provides nuanced commentary on typical and not-so-typical employment conundrums.
Now, the real work begins! If you enjoy our blog, please take a few seconds to vote for FMLA Insights as the very TOP blog of the Top 100. (Seriously, it literally takes seconds to vote.) Complete a simple registration form and vote for us here.
As always, thanks for your support of our blog, and a special thanks to all our readers who nominated us for this prestigious award. If you are not subscribed to our blog, please enter your email in the box to the right so that our posts can be sent directly to your Inbox, or feel free to add us to your RSS feed.
Congrats to the other five employment blogs who made the list — they definitely are worth the read…and your vote: Daniel Schwartz’s Connecticut Employment Law Blog, Molly DiBianca’s Delaware Employment Law Blog, Jon Hyman’s Ohio Employer’s Law Blog, Philip Miles’ Lawffice Space and Donna Ballman’s “Screw You Guys, I’m Going Home” blog.