Topic: Medical Leave

[FMLA Watch] 5 Warnings for Employers

Employers and HR managers know: keeping up with changing employment regulations can be challenging. One of the biggest culprits? The ever-evolving Family and Medical Leave Act, which can create significant problems for companies that fail to respond to new rules and interpretations of the Act. The solution? Start here – heed these five FMLA warnings… Read more »

Employment Law Roundup: EEOC Priorities, Non-Competes, Work Travel, Form I-9, ADA, Outsourcing 401(k)s, More

For your reference, a roundup of recent updates and advisories on JD Supra spanning the broad range of labor and employment law issues that arise in the workplace: “Ladies and Gentlemen, this is your captain. Looks like we missed our window of opportunity to sign this labor agreement, so we’re in for a long wait…”… Read more »

Supreme Court Finds States Immune from FMLA Self-Care Provision Lawsuits

On March 20, 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court held in Coleman v. Court of Appeals of Maryland that states are immune from lawsuits under the self-care provisions of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). In plain English: state employees cannot sue their employers, even when those employers violate one of the core provisions of… Read more »