Breakfast Briefing: Family Medical Leave Act - How The Statute Impacts Your Organization

June 13, 2013 at 8:00am10:00am
Hilary J. Boone Center - University of Kentucky
510 Rose Street

Managing employee absences is a central obligation – and challenge – for employers, large and small. The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and its state and local counterparts, require employers to address leave of absence issues with increasing frequency and care. The consequences of improperly handling FMLA requests can be severe, and with litigation on the rise from government agencies and employees, your decisions carry more scrutiny than ever before.

At our June Breakfast Briefing, Dinsmore attorneys Donna King Perry and Alina Klimkina will explore the latest trends, abuses and challenges in complying with FMLA’s requirements. This seminar will provide you with best practices to ensure your organization manages FMLA requests properly.

Topics include:

  • The intersections between the FMLA, ADA and Workers' Compensation
  • Review of recent EEOC and Court decisions involving FMLA
  • Costs when FMLA is not handled properly
  • A test of your knowledge of the FMLA and best practices — using scenarios straight from today’s workplace

Seating is Limited. Please respond by June 6 to reserve your space.
Applications for SHRM, Kentucky CLE and Indiana CLE credit have been submitted.


Contact Jenny Davenport