Leaves of Absence

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    In theory, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a law that recognizes an employee’s need for unforeseen leave while minimizing the costs and efforts of the employer. It sounds simple enough to say that an employee can receive up to 12 weeks (or, up to 26 weeks where applicable) of unpaid leave a year for certain reasons and can then...

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    There are currently five employee bills in Congress that could significantly expand FMLA and forever alter the way you manage your paid and unpaid leave policies. Given the current pro-labor climate in the White House and Congress, these bills have a good chance of becoming law in 2010. Learn how to prepare for this legislation by participating in...
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    Employers have experienced a phenomenal change in their relationship with employees. At the beginning of the 20th century, the relationship was one of "master and servant." As we continue through the 21st century, we speak in terms of "human resources" and "individual employment rights." There is no doubt things have changed! The...
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    Employers have experienced a phenomenal change in their relationship with employees. At the beginning of the 20th century, the relationship was one of "master and servant." As we continue through the 21st century, we speak in terms of "human resources" and "individual employment rights." There is no doubt things have changed...
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    Employers have experienced a phenomenal change in their relationship with employees. At the beginning of this century, the relationship was one of "master and servant." As we close the century, we speak in terms of "human resources" and "individual employment rights." There is no doubt things have changed! The changes...
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