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FMLA - Reduced Schedules & Leaves
One of the biggest issues that managers struggle with is the requirement to give reduced schedules or intermittent leave, especially in the case of chronic conditions, and how that may relate to the Americans with Disabilities Act or ADA. A serious health condition or disability may require an employee to work a reduced schedule.
FMLA - Returning to Work
As tempting as it may be, when an employee is on an FMLA leave, you can't demand that he or she come back to work; even if you offer to make a reasonable accommodation, like a flexible schedule or assignment to light duty work.
FMLA - What Qualifies for FMLA Leave?
You should not be the one to make a final determination on whether or not something is a "serious health condition." That should always be left to your HR department. However, you do need to have at least a working knowledge of what qualifies as a "serious health condition" and all the other reasons an employee's time off can be designated as an FMLA leave.
Getting Much Sleep?
Retaliating against an employee who reports misconduct by supervisor.
Harassment and the Responsibilities of Supervisors/Managers
Responsibilities of supervisors and managers to investigate all complaints.
I Got This in the Mail...
This vignette covers union mailers regarding an educational conference. There is set-up vignette (showing the actual conversation) and then a resolution vignette (showing how the manager works through the issue).
It's Just a Card, Right?
This vignette covers union authorization card signing. There is set-up vignette (showing the actual conversation) and then a resolution vignette (showing how the manager works through the issue).
It's the Only Way We'll Ever Get a Say
Discussions with employees about unions and how workplace issues can be resolved with better communication.
Life's Not Fair
Retaliating against an employee who reports a safety violation.
Substance Abuse: Appropriate Action
Dealing appropriately with unprofessional behavior caused by substance abuse.
Substance Abuse: Detection
Using reasonable suspicion of substance abuse to raise the issue of drug use with someone.
Substance Abuse: Intervention
How to legally intervene when a manager suspects substance abuse.
Substance Abuse: Staying Focused on the Issue
The importance of staying focused on performance concerns when dealing with a potential situation involving substance abuse.
Substance Abuse: Testing
The importance of communicating and enforcing employee drug testing policies is outlined in this short video.
The ADA: Tough Questions & Straight Answers - Program Conclusion
The bottom line when it comes to the ADA is this... If you use common sense, treat individuals with disabilities fairly, and provide them with equal opportunities to prove they're capable of doing the job...You'll not only help keep yourself and your organization out of court... you'll probably find that they will turn out to be some of the very best, most highly motivated employees you've ever had.
You're Not a Team Player!
Retaliating by giving a poor performance review.
Employment Law Is...™
The decisions you make and the actions you take can cost you and your organization — big time! This thought-provoking, powerful short video uses impactful imagery, video and music to inspire and stimulate discussion about legal issues within your organization.
Introduction to the FMLA (Family Medical Leave Act)
The intent of the FMLA is basically to help employees balance work and family responsibilities by guaranteeing them leaves in certain situations. But, trying to decipher the in's and out's of the law can be a challenge. This short video provides a quick introduction.
Legal Briefs™ Recruiting & Hiring: Program Introduction
This quick video offers an introduction to common hiring issues and appropriate actions for managers and/or supervisors to take.
Legal Briefs™ Substance Abuse - Program Introduction
Introduction to five aspects for dealing with substance abuse in the workplace and actions to keep the workplace drug-free.