Webinars & Seminars

2010 FMLA Compliance Virtual Summit: Advanced Challenges and Solutions for Employers


Presented by M. Lee Smith Publishers LLC, publishers of the Oklahoma Employment Law Letter and HRHero.com and featuring McAfee & Taft labor and employment attorney Charlie Plumb as one of the featured presenters.

Do you have an employee who only requests leave for Fridays and Mondays? How do you know when someone is committing intermittent leave fraud? How can you prevent unscrupulous individuals from "gaming" the FMLA system without risking a lawsuit?

Enough is enough! Learn how to stop leave abuse, end painful administrative headaches, and get straight answers to your most complex compliance questions by participating in the all-new extended web seminar for HR and employers, 2010 FMLA Compliance Virtual Summit: Advanced Challenges and Solutions for Employers.

2010 FMLA Compliance Virtual Summit addresses your toughest employee leave law questions:

  • How should a “qualifying exigency” be defined in light of recent expansions to the Family and Medical Leave Act?
  • How does FMLA apply to substance abuse and mental health situations when an employee intentionally keeps such conditions secret?
  • When does the newly-amended ADA come into play?
  • How have the new FMLA regulations changed military caregiver leave?
  • What pending legislation and regulatory changes that should concern employers?

Get answers to these questions and dozens more at this intensive day-long webinar. You’ll learn the latest techniques for addressing even the most complex leave situations, how to meet the new FMLA recordkeeping requirements, and how significant regulatory revisions have forever changed the way you should manage your leave policies.

Here’s what makes this event unique:

Internet conferencing delivers all the professional learning benefits of a regular conference at a fraction of the cost. For one low price, train as many colleagues as you wish with no travel, lodging or per diem expenses.

Just like an off-site conference, you can pick and choose sessions that apply to you and your staff.

This program has been approved for 5.75 recertification credit hour through the HR Certification Institute. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HR Certification Institute website at http://www.hrci.org/.

February 23, 2010, 9:45 AM - 4:00 PM