Tag Archives: SHRM

Join Me for a Complimentary Webinar: Complying with the FMLA and ADA When Your Employee is Dealing with a Mental Health Condition

When: Wednesday, December 13 (12:00 – 1:15 p.m. central time) Online registration:  Click Here Employers are increasingly managing employees who suffer from mental health conditions such as depression, stress, and panic attacks. Studies show that these mental health conditions are leading to increased use of FMLA leave. Administering FMLA leave and ADA accommodations in these situations can … Continue Reading

It's a Fact: Employers Often Can Designate FMLA Leave in Longer Increments Than the Actual Leave Taken

In a recent post, I discussed an employer’s obligation to designate leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act even though the employee did not want it to be classified as FMLA leave.  The post generated considerable feedback and some follow-up questions.  I wanted to highlight one of those questions.  One of our blog followers (see right hand … Continue Reading
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