Non-compliance with FMLA can be costly to businesses. Some businesses are required to comply and to provide eligible employees with up to twelve weeks of job protected leave under a few specific circumstances which includes their own serious health condition or to care for an immediate family member with a serious health condition. There are many types of FMLA which includes intermittent, serious health condition, and chronic and non chronic short-term illnesses. This webinar shall identify and discuss the concept of “Serious Health Condition” for the attendee. Areas Covered in the Session : How does this apply to your company? FMLA- What employers are required to comply with Who is an eligible employee Who is a child/parent/spouse What is a Serious Health Condition Timeframe Healthcare provider Continuing treatment Extenuating circumstances Who Should Attend: HR Professionals Office Managers Compliance Officers Managers and Supervisors Employee Relations Professionals Employee Assistance Professionals Safety Managers Payroll administrators HR administrators Leave administrators Benefit administrators Business owners

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