You can’t afford to make a mistake when administering FMLA leave.
If a worker files an FMLA lawsuit against your organization, the stakes are high. You may end up paying back wages and benefits, the employee’s attorney fees and court costs—or double the amount if a court deems your violation was willful. Even worse, in some cases, courts can hold supervisors personally liable when employees are not granted the unpaid leave they are entitled to under the law.
Here’s a rundown of the important information supervisors need to know to both comply with the federal law AND manage their workforce with minimal disruptions.
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