Family and Medical Leave Act: A Guide for Dealership Management
The FMLA is one of the most complicated employment laws for HR professionals to manage. Today's human resources professionals handle requests from managers and supervisors for FMLA leave on a seemingly constant basis.
A myriad of forms, deadlines, policy requirements and medical certifications combine to weave a web of potential organizational and personal liability for HR professionals, managers and supervisors.
Are your current practices up to date?
Join us at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, August 13 as Melanie Daly, Esq. SPHR, Employers Council manager of Employment Law Training, Employment Law Services leads the webinar: Family and Medical Leave Act: A Guide for Dealership Management.
Designed for HR managers, dealer principals, key managers, general managers, business managers and controllers, Melanie will discuss the criteria to determine whether an employer is covered by the FMLA and conditions an employee must meet to be eligible for FMLA leave.
She'll outline policy and notices employers must provide, what information must be provided to HR to begin the certification process, employee reinstatement rights, the supervisor's role in FMLA and what the supervisor is prohibited from doing.
- The roles and responsibilities of a supervisor when a subordinate asks for time off for a health condition — including what actions a supervisor cannot take
- The impact of the FMLA on an organization
- How understanding your role as a supervisor can save you from a lawsuit
Thursday, August 13, 2020
8:30 - 10 a.m.
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About our presenter
Employers Council Manager of Employment Law Training, Employment Law Services, Melanie Daly, Esq., SPHR, worked for Employers Council as an attorney from 1994-1998. She became a business owner and human resources manager, then sserved on teh Personnel Board for five years, including one year as Board chair. Melanie rejoined Employers Council as a workplace investigator in 2016, returning to staff attorney role in 2018.
Melanie assists members with employment law issues and represents them before state and federal agencies. She received her bachelor's degree from the University of Wyoming and her law degree from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.