The Family Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) was and continues to be, a life link for American families struggling with illness and significant injuries. This landmark legislation signed by former president Bill Clinton was one of the first substantive steps to provide workers with guaranteed worksite leave rights to care for themselves or their close family members while assuring an individual would be able to return to work upon resolution.
Guaranteeing unpaid worksite leave respecting short-term events up to twelve weeks in duration per year, as well as ongoing leave for intermittent medical emergencies and illnesses, the worksite leave rights guaranteed by the FMLA are an essential safety net for families navigating such uncertainties in life.
Join us for an introductory survey of the worksite leave rights in this important educational program.
A Baldwin Professional Education Connection Webcast.
Marie Smith (S)
Bill Freeman (S)
Jason Sheffield (M)
Jul 26, 2023 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)