Family Leave – Let The Surprises Stay In The CrackerJack Box…

by Jenna Reed on May 24, 2012

in Family Leave,Training

Surprise Inside

According to a recent data, employee claims for violations of the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) increased 18% between 2009 and 2010. This isn’t all that surprising considering that when people are stretched thin (working more hours, multiple jobs, more responsibilities) it affects their health. According to the research, the top claims were for being terminated for taking family leave, failure to grant leave and discrimination. This statistic is also consistent with the increase in employee’s use of FMLA. There is no nice way to say this, but more employees requesting and using leave, just means more opportunities to mess it up and violate the law. The good news is that we have a lot of resources for you so you can better manage this incredibly complex area of human resource management. Call me – let’s chat.

Jenna

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