FOR THE IN-HOUSE FMLA UNION AND AGENCY EXPERTS

Processing FMLA claims is an important part of the services provided by unions as well as agency ER shops. While the basics of the law are well-known, the odd situations and exceptions of the core rules are not. You can ignore them until they fall into your lap and hope that you then recognize that something is out of the ordinary here and that you need help from an expert.  Or you can page through a summary of what the American Bar Association considers to be the latest unusual court cases and do that long before a need for your help pops up. We prefer the second approach and if you do as well we recommend you soon page through the ABA’s Summary of 2017 FMLA Court Decisions provided by our fellow bloggers at FMLAInsights.com. Here is a list of the most interesting chapters in the report.

  • CHAPTER 4. ENTITLEMENT OF EMPLOYEES TO LEAVE
  • CHAPTER 5. LENGTH AND SCHEDULING OF LEAVE
  • CHAPTER 6. NOTICE AND INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS
  • CHAPTER 7. PAY AND BENEFITS DURING LEAVE
  • CHAPTER 8. RESTORATION RIGHTS
  • CHAPTER 9. INTERRELATIONSHIP WITH OTHER LAWS, EMPLOYER PRACTICES, AND COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS
  • CHAPTER 10. INTERFERENCE, DISCRIMINATION, AND RETALIATION CLAIMS
  • CHAPTER 11. ENFORCEMENT, REMEDIES, AND OTHER LITIGATION ISSUES

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