29Jul
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Important Court Case Summary: Pregnancy Discrimination

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Pregnancy Discrimination Case Young v. United Parcel Service (UPS) Under the Family Medical Leave Act regulations, pregnancy is considered its own unique kind of disability that can last for around nine months. Despite this unique nature, employers must treat pregnancy as they would any other disability. In the case of Young v. United Parcel Service, […]
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17Jul
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Same Sex Marriage for Employers

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With Same Sex Marriage Decision, Employers May Need to Update Their FMLA Policy On June 26, the Supreme Court ruled the Fourteenth Amendment “requires a State to license a marriage between two people of the same sex and to recognize a marriage between two people of the same sex when their marriage was lawfully licensed […]
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08Jul
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How Supreme Court Decision on Same-Sex Marriage Changes FMLA

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How the Same Sex Marriage Supreme Court Decision Changes FMLA June 26th, 2015 marks a historic day in American history as the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of legalizing same-sex marriage country-wide. This makes America the 21st and most populated country in the world to legalize it. The history behind arriving at this decision […]
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01Jul
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Labor Attorneys In Demand for FMLA ADA and Workers Compensation

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  Worker Benefit Increases Mean a Growing Demand for Labor Attorneys in California A flurry of recent developments within the state of California foreshadows an increasing need for the counsel of labor attorneys. With wage increases, ADA compliance lawsuits, and changes in workers’ compensation for leaves of absence looming on the horizon, the skills of […]
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19Jun
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Increasing Trend of Paid Leave for Employees

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Parental leave with pay is gradually on the rise. Recently a fast food chain in the U.S. has announced that their employees will have the benefit of 12 weeks of paid leaves under the circumstance and if the employee is eligible. The decision was based on the reason that it would cost less to give […]
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03Jun
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FMLA Abuse Cases Summary Moran v Redford Union Schools

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FMLA Abuse Cases Summary: Moran v. Redford Union Schools Case Summary When an employee complains to their doctor about stress or anxiety related to their job, the physician may prescribe them time off from work under the Family and Medical Leave Act to mentally recuperate. Click Here to View or Download FMLA Abuse Case Moran […]
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01Jun
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Updated FMLA Forms FMLA Paperwork

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Finally, Updated FMLA Forms Set to Expire on May 2018 The Federal government revised and replaced the expired FMLA forms with the updated effective date with almost no advanced notice. The most popular FMLA forms are not set to expire 3 years from now on May 2018. FMLA Forms WH 381 Notice of Eligibility and […]
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20May

FMLA Abuse Case Summary Smith v Southern Illinois Riverboat

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15May

FMLA Leave Court Cases Brown v. Conopco, Inc.

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FMLA Leave Court Cases: Brown v. Conopco, Inc. When an employee is going through a difficult health-related situation with a family member, he or she might feel like obtaining and filling out paperwork is one of the last things they need to worry about. However, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) dictates that employees […]
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27Apr

FMLA Pregnancy Leave for Working Mothers

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Working Mothers Expecting a New Baby Until the 1990s, women had to worry about taking time away from their job in order to start a family. However, that all changed with the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) of 1993. The law mandates that employees can take up to 12 weeks annually of unpaid leave […]
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