I came across an interesting FMLA case this past week, and the facts are simple enough that it kept my attention. [In the age of Twitter and Facebook, anything beyond a 30-second sound byte and you might as well give me a blanket for a long-winter’s nap. Right?] However, the lesson from the case should
FMLA FAQ: Is an Employer Liable for Overtime Pay for an FMLA Violation?
By Jeff Nowak on
Q: Is an Employer Liable for Overtime Pay and similar damages for an FMLA Violation?
A: The FMLA provides for a broad range of damages in the event an employer is liable for an FMLA violation. The statute states that an employee may be awarded “any wages, salary, employment benefits, or other compensation denied or…