Can an employer discipline workers for exceeding the intermittent-leave frequency indicated on their Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) medical certification? Perhaps, but first verify that the certification is up to date.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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A federal court has approved a $775,000 settlement in a class-action lawsuit brought against Farmers Insurance for its alleged...
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The IRS has published final forms and instructions to help employers prepare for reporting on health coverage they offered...
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Replacing an experienced woman with a less experienced man two months after she returned from medical leave for eye...
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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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While the expanded definition of fiduciary that went into effect on June 9, 2017 remains in place, the Department...
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