Training Calendar

ADAAA, FMLA & Workers Compensation: Taming the Three-Headed Dragon

Instructor: Patti D'Amaddio / Amanda Wilsher
Fee: $295.00

There's no room for error when it comes to managing an employee with a medical condition.  Your organization's policies and practices need to align with specific laws and regulations.  This advanced program will provide a roadmap to guide employers through the intricate compliance issues involved in managing an employee with a medical condition. 

Utilizing an actual situation, participants will test the effectiveness of their organization's policies, forms and procedures.  Approximately one week before the workshop, EANE will distribute details of the specific situation to be discussed.  Participants are expected to bring to the workshop the particular forms and policies they would use to manage the leave.  In a non-threatening environment, you'll discuss and evaluate the effectiveness of your tools and revise them as needed.  The program content is fluid and will reflect current legal and regulatory activity.

NOTE:  This workshop requires a working knowledge of the three legal statutes.

Target Audience

Intermediate-level HR professionals and managers who possess a basic understanding of the Family and Medical Leave Act, ADA Amendments Act and Workers Compensation Laws, and are responsible for managing attendance and leave of absences within their organization.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the overlapping requirements and responsibilities of FMLA, ADAAA and Workers Compensation
  • Apply practical solutions to tough situations such as using FMLA to avoid undesirable work, suspicious leave patterns, overly broad medical certification and openly abusive leaves
  • Understand and apply compensation and benefit requirements of the leaves and your policies
  • Understand the actions necessary to bring a regular or extended leave to a conclusion
  • Identify key problem areas with your organization's forms, policies and procedures               

Competencies

  • Technical Knowledge
  • Decision Making Skills

HRCI & SHRM Credits: 6.50