FMLA

California employers face new employment laws in 2021.

Tools & Technology - January 04, 2021

As we approach another year, California employers should reexamine their employee handbook to ensure that it is up to date. Unless it was revised recently, it’s most li...

Employee Handbook Policy Updates: New California Laws for 2021

Tools & Technology - December 28, 2020

As we approach another year, California employers should reexamine their employee handbook to ensure that it is up to date. Unless it was revised recently, it’s most li...

The Juggling Act of the COVID Circus

Employee Benefits - October 06, 2020

A guide for Employers on the application of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FCCRA”) as related to managing work and leave options for Employees. ...

Employee benefits for Caregivers in workplaces

Employee Benefits - September 30, 2020

What can employers do to see that this workforce is given maximum benefits to enact the dual role efficiently and comfortably? ...

Do Union-represented Moms Earn Paid Maternity Leave Easier?

Employee Benefits - November 06, 2018

Working mothers represented by unions are 17% more likely to use paid maternity leave than mothers not represented by unions. All workers expecting a new baby have the sa...

FMLA Blunder Costs FedEx $173K

News - December 30, 2014

There is one particular section of the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) that doesn’t get a ton of press. Anyway, it now seems that overlooking it can turn out to be a hu...