For decades, employers have applied the usual FMLA rules for an employee who cannot work because of limitations due to pregnancy. When these limitations render a pregnant employee unable to work, the employer has always had the right to obtain medical certification to confirm the limitation and the employee’s need for leave from work.

When

After years of hosting FMLA parties, I invite you now to an ADA party!

Seriously.

A party where we spend nine hours together over three straight days discussing nothing but the A-D-A.

Are you excited yet!?! Let me explain more.

For years, many of you have attended my FMLA webinars and master class. In

Today has arrived.

Though several states beat Congress to the punch, as of today, employers are required under the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA) to provide reasonable accommodations to employees who are limited from working due to pregnancy and childbirth.

I provide an overview of the PWFA below, but first, please join me for a

Join me for my annual FMLA/ADA webinar, which comes to you, as always, free of charge!

When: Wednesday, December 14, 2022 (12:00 – 1:15 p.m. central time)

Online registration: Click here

Employers increasingly face situations where they are concerned about an employee’s mental health or physical ability to perform to perform the job. Stress

Raise your hand if you’re neck deep in COVID-19 vaccine exemption requests. [Yeah, I get it, you’re neck deep, so you can’t raise your hand.]

My friends, this exemption onslaught will only get more intense as we await OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) that will require employers with over 100 employees to mandate

Christmas in July might just exist after all!

Give yourself and your loved ones the gift of three riveting — and, more importantly, free — webinars throughout the month of July that will tackle all things FMLA, ADA and paid family and medical leave.

You want some practical strategy for fighting FMLA misuse?  I’ve got