FMLA in Arizona is outlined in the 1993 federal Family & Medical Leave Act. Many states have adopted supplemental laws, but Arizona is not among them. Even though Arizona does not choose to create an extra bureaucratic layer of related regulations, there does not seem to be a shortage of confusion when discussing FMLA compliance with covered business owners. Large dollar judgments against employers determined to be out of compliance and recent reports that the Department of Labor is increasing investigations and audits have created a new surge of interest, regarding FMLA in Arizona.
Compliance with FMLA in Arizona does not have to be a difficult task. Qcera Inc. created LeaveSource™ FMLA leave administration software in 2000, for the exclusive purpose of providing covered employers with an automated, easy to use, and cloud-based compliance solution. More than a hundred clients, including thirteen Fortune 500 Companies, are utilizing LeaveSource™ products on a daily basis, in order to administer the leave needs of more than a million employees. Confusion is not a viable defense when considering compliance solutions, with regard to FMLA in Arizona.
Compliance with FMLA in Arizona can easily be handled for companies with less than a thousand employees and a single leave administrator, by utilizing LeaveSource™ Express. Companies with multiple leave administrators, more than a thousand employees, or needing additional modules capable of; advice to pay, disability case management, employee/supervisor self-service, and or ADA job accommodation will find LeaveSource™ Enterprise to be a truly viable solution. LeaveSource™ Entrust is an outsourcing hybrid that combines LeaveSource™ software and complete system transparency with complete back office administration executed by the experts at Qcera. Problems of compliance with FMLA in Arizona have a solution.
LeaveSource™ solutions for FMLA in Arizona can be reviewed by selecting the “Products” button on the navigation bar. If an in-depth demonstration of LeaveSource™ software is desired, then click on the red button labeled “Request A Demo” and see why concerns with FMLA in Arizona can be a thing of the past.