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The essential guide to family and medical leave, by Lisa Guerin & Deborah England

Label
The essential guide to family and medical leave
Title
The essential guide to family and medical leave
Statement of responsibility
by Lisa Guerin & Deborah England
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
All the tools you need to manage FMLA leave in your organization
Cataloging source
DLC
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1964-
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Guerin, Lisa
Dewey number
344.7301/25763
Illustrations
forms
Index
index present
LC call number
KF3531.Z9
LC item number
G84 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • standards specifications
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1959-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
England, Deborah
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Leave of absence
  • Parental leave
  • Sick leave
Label
The essential guide to family and medical leave, by Lisa Guerin & Deborah England
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Accompanying material
1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.).)
Antecedent source
unknown
Contents
  • 1. An overview of family and medical leave -- What the FMLA requires -- Your obligations as a manager -- How other laws and company policies come into play -- How to use this book -- 2. Is your company covered by the FMLA? --Calculating the size of your company -- Joint employers and the FMLA -- If your company is covered -- Common mistakes regarding employer coverage, and how to avoid them -- 3. Is the employee covered by the FMLA? -- Employee eligibility, step by step -- Keeping track of employees' work hours -- Common mistakes regarding employee coverage, and how to avoid them -- 4. Leave for a serious health condition -- Your role in identifying a serious health condition -- What is a serious health condition? -- Leave for employee's own serious health condition -- Leave for a family member's serious health condition -- Common mistakes regarding serious health conditions, and how to avoid them -- 5. Leave for a new child -- Leave for birth -- Common mistakes regarding leave for a new child, and how to avoid them -- 6. How much leave can an employee take? -- Counting the 12-month leave year -- Counting time off as FMLA leave -- Intermittent and reduced-schedule leave -- Common mistakes regarding leave duration, and how to avoid them -- 7. Giving notice and designating leave -- Designating time off as FMLA leave -- Individual notification requirements -- Employee notice requirements -- Common mistakes regarding giving notice and designating leave, and how to avoid them --
  • 8. Medical certifications (proof of illness) -- What is a medical certification? -- Why you should always request a certification -- Procedures and deadlines for medical certifications -- After you receive the certification -- Recertifications -- Common mistakes regarding medical certifications, and how to avoid them -- 9. Managing an employee's leave -- Scheduling leave -- Covering an employee's duties during leave -- Continuing employee benefits during leave -- Managing intermittent leave -- Requesting status reports -- Disciplining or firing an employee during leave -- Common mistakes regarding managing leave, and how to avoid them -- 10. Reinstatement -- The basic reinstatement right -- Fitness-for-duty certifications -- Restoring pay and benefits -- When reinstatement might not be required -- When employees don't return from leave -- Common mistakes regarding reinstatement, and how to avoid them -- 11. How other laws affect FMLA leave -- Federal laws -- State laws -- Common mistakes regarding other laws and benefits, and how to avoid them -- 12. Record keeping requirements -- Why you should keep records -- Keeping track of company workforce FMLA data -- Individual employee records -- Medical records -- Review by the Department of Labor (DOL) -- Now you're ready! -- Common mistakes regarding record keeping, and how to avoid them -- Glossary -- Appendix A. State laws and Departments of Labor -- State laws -- State Departments of Labor --
  • Appendix B. Company policies regarding FMLA leave -- How your FMLA policy affects company obligations -- Appendix C. Forms and checklists -- Forms -- Family and Medial Leave Act poster (English) -- Family and Medical Leave Act poster (Spanish) -- Form regarding FMLA leave to care for a family member -- FMLA hours worked -- FMLA leave tracking for [employee name] -- Calculating intermittent/reduced schedule leave -- FMLA designation (preliminary) -- FMLA designation (final) -- Employer response to employee request for family or medial leave (WH-381) -- Certification of healthcare provider (WH-380) -- Notice to key employee of substantial and grievous economic injury -- Request for medical certification -- Notice of termination of group health coverage -- Checklists -- Does the FMLA apply to my company? -- Is the employee eligible for FMLA leave? -- Leave for new child -- Duration of leave -- Giving notice and designating leave -- Medical certifications -- Managing FMLA leave -- Reinstating an employee -- If an employee doesn't return from leave -- Record keeping -- Appendix D. How to use the CD-ROM -- Installing the form files onto your computer -- Using the work processing files to create documents -- Using government forms -- Using the financial planning spreadsheets -- Listening to the audio files -- List of forms included on the forms CD-ROM
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm.
Extent
1 online resource (427 pages
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Other physical details
forms ;
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
  • remote
  • optical disk
System control number
(OCoLC)1034662364
Label
The essential guide to family and medical leave, by Lisa Guerin & Deborah England
Link
Publication
Note
Includes index
Accompanying material
1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.).)
Antecedent source
unknown
Contents
  • 1. An overview of family and medical leave -- What the FMLA requires -- Your obligations as a manager -- How other laws and company policies come into play -- How to use this book -- 2. Is your company covered by the FMLA? --Calculating the size of your company -- Joint employers and the FMLA -- If your company is covered -- Common mistakes regarding employer coverage, and how to avoid them -- 3. Is the employee covered by the FMLA? -- Employee eligibility, step by step -- Keeping track of employees' work hours -- Common mistakes regarding employee coverage, and how to avoid them -- 4. Leave for a serious health condition -- Your role in identifying a serious health condition -- What is a serious health condition? -- Leave for employee's own serious health condition -- Leave for a family member's serious health condition -- Common mistakes regarding serious health conditions, and how to avoid them -- 5. Leave for a new child -- Leave for birth -- Common mistakes regarding leave for a new child, and how to avoid them -- 6. How much leave can an employee take? -- Counting the 12-month leave year -- Counting time off as FMLA leave -- Intermittent and reduced-schedule leave -- Common mistakes regarding leave duration, and how to avoid them -- 7. Giving notice and designating leave -- Designating time off as FMLA leave -- Individual notification requirements -- Employee notice requirements -- Common mistakes regarding giving notice and designating leave, and how to avoid them --
  • 8. Medical certifications (proof of illness) -- What is a medical certification? -- Why you should always request a certification -- Procedures and deadlines for medical certifications -- After you receive the certification -- Recertifications -- Common mistakes regarding medical certifications, and how to avoid them -- 9. Managing an employee's leave -- Scheduling leave -- Covering an employee's duties during leave -- Continuing employee benefits during leave -- Managing intermittent leave -- Requesting status reports -- Disciplining or firing an employee during leave -- Common mistakes regarding managing leave, and how to avoid them -- 10. Reinstatement -- The basic reinstatement right -- Fitness-for-duty certifications -- Restoring pay and benefits -- When reinstatement might not be required -- When employees don't return from leave -- Common mistakes regarding reinstatement, and how to avoid them -- 11. How other laws affect FMLA leave -- Federal laws -- State laws -- Common mistakes regarding other laws and benefits, and how to avoid them -- 12. Record keeping requirements -- Why you should keep records -- Keeping track of company workforce FMLA data -- Individual employee records -- Medical records -- Review by the Department of Labor (DOL) -- Now you're ready! -- Common mistakes regarding record keeping, and how to avoid them -- Glossary -- Appendix A. State laws and Departments of Labor -- State laws -- State Departments of Labor --
  • Appendix B. Company policies regarding FMLA leave -- How your FMLA policy affects company obligations -- Appendix C. Forms and checklists -- Forms -- Family and Medial Leave Act poster (English) -- Family and Medical Leave Act poster (Spanish) -- Form regarding FMLA leave to care for a family member -- FMLA hours worked -- FMLA leave tracking for [employee name] -- Calculating intermittent/reduced schedule leave -- FMLA designation (preliminary) -- FMLA designation (final) -- Employer response to employee request for family or medial leave (WH-381) -- Certification of healthcare provider (WH-380) -- Notice to key employee of substantial and grievous economic injury -- Request for medical certification -- Notice of termination of group health coverage -- Checklists -- Does the FMLA apply to my company? -- Is the employee eligible for FMLA leave? -- Leave for new child -- Duration of leave -- Giving notice and designating leave -- Medical certifications -- Managing FMLA leave -- Reinstating an employee -- If an employee doesn't return from leave -- Record keeping -- Appendix D. How to use the CD-ROM -- Installing the form files onto your computer -- Using the work processing files to create documents -- Using government forms -- Using the financial planning spreadsheets -- Listening to the audio files -- List of forms included on the forms CD-ROM
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm.
Extent
1 online resource (427 pages
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Other physical details
forms ;
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
  • remote
  • optical disk
System control number
(OCoLC)1034662364

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