The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals issued two decisions that set a clearer path for employers to follow when deciding, after 12 weeks of Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) leave expires, how much additional leave they need to provide, if any, as a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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When workers request time off, they may have the right to take job-protected leave under various federal, state and...
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Employer-provided health coverage is important for recruiting, but even more important for retention, a new survey shows. But employer-sponsored...
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The Society for Human Resource Management is supporting the Commonsense Reporting Act recently introduced in the House and Senate....
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Price is not the primary driver for large employers that are choosing benefits administration technology platforms. Instead, they want...
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An inclement weather policy has two dimensions: The first and most important is employee safety; the second is pay.
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While the legal requirements to provide paid or unpaid leave become more complex, leave-management tools and services continue to...
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