Citing the employer’s “insufficient documentation,” a federal court found that genuine questions existed as to whether a former employee was terminated for taking leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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Most employer health plans are expected to continue providing no-cost contraception coverage for women, despite the Trump administration’s announcement...
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The IRS extended by 30 days—until March 2, 2018—the due date for distributing health coverage information forms 1095-C or...
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California HR professionals know the importance of promptly and accurately paying employees for all hours worked and that failing...
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Allegations that an employer requested that a job assignment be completed during Family and Medical Leave Act time off...
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