When: Wednesday, March 12, 2008
1:00 – 2:15 p.m. ET
How is your organization responding to the one-two FMLA punch that Washington just delivered? “Business as usual” isn’t the right answer.
Congress has voted to extend FMLA leave to certain military families. (Sounds simple? It’s not.) And the Bush administration proposed a dozen other changes to the FMLA that will affect your notice obligations, certification procedures and more.
Discover which of these changes are in effect now … which will be finalized later … and what your organization MUST do to comply. Join us for FMLA in 2008: Complying with the New Changes.
This informative 75-minute interactive audio conference will show you:
As an added bonus, you’ll have the opportunity to pose your questions to an employment law attorney who specializes in FMLA compliance. This valuable benefit is included at no additional charge.
- How to comply with the new military-family leave law. It contains some surprises – and the US Labor Department is still tinkering with it.
- Which new poster and notification requirements are needed to comply – and the proper language to revise your policies and handbooks.
- Recent FMLA case law, and how it may impact YOUR operations.
- What we know about the Labor Department’s new FMLA proposals – what we DON’T know – and what you should do now to prepare for them.
- Whether you can talk directly to your employee’s doctor (the answer may shock you!) and other FMLA surprises.
For 15 years, complying with the FMLA was complex, but at least the law stayed the same. This year, that’s all changed. Don’t get caught off-guard with your boss asking, “Why didn’t we know about that?” Register for FMLA in 2008: Complying with the New Changes TODAY!
About the Presenter:
Matthew Effland, a shareholder with Ogletree Deakins, represents employers in employment law litigation and provides training to managers around the country. He has spoken at numerous seminars on the topic of FMLA compliance, including his popular “FMLA in the Real World” session at the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) annual convention. He recently co-authored The Indiana Employee’s Guide to the FMLA. Mr. Effland is also the editor of HR Specialist’s Indiana Employment Law newsletter.
Who Should Attend:
Employees across your organization can benefit from this Audio Conference:
- HR professionals
- Supervisors and managers
- Business owners
Remember, because this is an Audio Conference, you and your entire staff can attend in the comfort of your office or conference room for one low price! You may include as many people with you as you wish, but additional registrations will be required for multiple phone lines. We look forward to having you at the event.
Can't Attend? Buy the Event CD!
Can't make the Audio Conference? No problem.
Order a CD copy of the event, which will include the Q&A session.
You can enjoy it on your schedule for only $197. Click on the link or call (800) 433-0622.
Note: The event CD will be mailed out first class, approximately one week after the event date.