Employers are frequently confused about how much time off they are required to provide employees-and in what situations they are required to provide time off.
This seminar will provide a practical approach for managing employee leaves, including leave taken for health Issues, disability, family leave, military duty, and on-the- job injuries. The discussion will include determining whether leave is required, leave tracking, pay and benefits on leave, and
This webinar will provide you real life strategies for medical leave management. You will learn best practices for granting, denying, and documenting medical leaves. The discussion will allow you to review your own policies and procedures to determine if required notices are present and find potential problems. You will also understand what you can, should, and should not ask an employee who has requested time off.
Drawing from real life examples, this webinar will allow you to control abuse of leave, request and review medical certificates, ask for second opinions, and terminate with confidence in cases of poor performance or failure to respond. You'll understand that clearly documenting the entire leave process can provide strong protection against potential litigation.
Physical CD-DVD of recorded session will be despatched after 72 hrs on completion of payment
Recorded video session
Margaret has nearly 30 years of experience in resolving employment law matters, consulting with corporations and senior executives on employment law matters, and drafting employment agreements, employee handbooks, trade secret agreements, and employment policies. Regularly provide training on wide variety of workplace topics, including prevention of harassment, building diversity in the workplace, accommodating disabilities in the work environment, preventing and responding to workplace violence, complying with California wage and hour laws, and avoiding employment claims.