Due to the FMLA’s highly technical nature, FMLA violations are fairly common.
Thanks to the American Bar Association (ABA), you can take a look at the year that was with its summary of 2012 FMLA cases, which is a great resource for any and all Human Resource professionals, employees, employers, and of course the attorneys that often find themselves in the middle of an FMLA dispute.
The 2013 ABA FMLA report is free to read, download, or mindless look at.
New FMLA requirements on workplace poster
Recent developments with the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) have prompted us to take the time to update all of you.
FMLA regulation changes went into effect on March 8th. Additional FMLA requirements on workplace posters and notices went into effect on the same day stating that an FMLA poster must be prominently displayed in the workplace where employees will see it.
The new FMLA forms are available on the Department of Labor’s website and can be completed online.