Rebecca Scott

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All About The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) | Part 4

Posted by Rebecca Scott on Mar 31, 2020 9:00:00 AM

Welcome to Part 4 of our blog series all about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)! Hopefully you’ve had time to check out the new whitepaper, Everything You Need to Know About the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), by our parent company, Presagia. If not, you can download it here!

In the fourth and final part of this series, we'll look at the interactive process and the technology that supports managing accommodations. 

Topics: ADA, Accommodation, blog, Interactive process, Technology

All About The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) | Part 3

Posted by Rebecca Scott on Mar 24, 2020 3:10:42 PM

Welcome to Part 3 of our blog series all about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)! Hopefully you’ve had time to check out the new whitepaper, Everything You Need to Know About the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), by our parent company, Presagia. If not, you can download it here!

In the third post of this series, we’ll look at not only the ADA but how the ADA differs and interacts with the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA). 

Topics: ADA, Blog, FMLA, Compliance, Accommodation

A Review Of The COVID-19 Leave Legislation

Posted by Rebecca Scott on Mar 20, 2020 2:59:03 PM

We know that these are difficult and uncertain times for everyone, especially leave case managers. As much as things may be uncertain, something we know for a fact is that the House of Representative and Senate passed new leave legislation on March 18, 2020 titled the Families First Coronavirus Response Act in response to this public health emergency. 

Topics: FMLA, Paid Sick Leave, Compliance, Disaster Management, COVID19

A Review Of 2019 In Leave Management | Part 3

Posted by Rebecca Scott on Feb 25, 2020 2:01:13 PM

Leave case managers and employers are constantly being bombarded with new information. This includes new leave laws, updates to existing leave laws and much more! Along with these changes and updates made in 2019, we also saw opinion letters produced by the US Department of Labor (DOL).  

The Wage and Hour Division of the DOL often generates model forms and opinion letters for case managers and employers on topics such as the FMLA. To help you stay compliant, we've written a brief summary of the three DOL opinion letters from 2019:   

Topics: FMLA, Compliance, blog, HR Tips, DOL

A Review Of 2019 In Leave Management | Part 2

Posted by Rebecca Scott on Feb 18, 2020 3:18:29 PM

Trying to juggle everything as an employer or leave case manager can be challenging! Not only are you concerned with compliance, you also have to stay on top of new leave laws and even changes made to existing leave laws. It's a lot to keep up with and instead of remembering all this information, we've made your life a little easier by compiling the most important changes made to existing leaves that happened in 2019.

Topics: Blog, Compliance, Paid Family Leave, Paid Parental Leave, Jury Duty Leave

A Review Of 2019 In Leave Management | Part 1

Posted by Rebecca Scott on Feb 11, 2020 12:32:33 PM

If you're an employer or leave case manager, you know that there's always new information pertaining to leave management being thrown your way. Last year is no exception, with everything from clarifications to existing leave laws to new leave laws being established and everything in between! Instead of searching through countless websites and trying to remember everything, we did the hard work for you and have collected the most pertinent new leave laws you should know about! 

Topics: ADA, FMLA, Accommodation, Paid Family Leave, Paid Parental Leave

Top Takeaways From Ultimate Software's HR Workshop For Leave Managers

Posted by Rebecca Scott on Dec 5, 2019 10:30:00 AM

Our parent company, Presagia, recently attended a human resources workshop by their partner, Ultimate Software. The talks featured at this workshop were stimulating, encouraging and educational, which is why we want to share them with you! 

There was a lot of useful information, everything from how the workplace is changing to boosting company morale! We thought that this information, including how employee disengagement leads to absenteeism, would be crucial for leave managers to know, as absenteeism impacts all areas of an organization, from decreased resources to lost revenue. 

To help establish a workplace that is more positive, with reduced absenteeism, we're sharing the top lessons that leave managers need to be aware of. 

Topics: Blog, HR Tips, Productivity, Wellness, Ultimate Software, Diversity

The 3 Most Absurd FMLA & ADA Cases You Won't Believe Happened

Posted by Rebecca Scott on Oct 28, 2019 2:00:00 PM

We’ve all read or heard about the unbelievable stories of employees who abuse and misuse the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Take for instance the California employee who used their FMLA leave for a fishing trip, then was caught on their co-worker's Facebook live video! It's these cases that leave you wondering, "why would anyone do such a thing?" These cases of misuse aren't entirely limited to employees, employers are guilty of abusing or denying FMLA and ADA as well. 

Topics: ADA, FMLA, FMLA lawsuit, Intermittent Leave, Paid Family Leave

Your Guide To Understanding The 2019 DOL Opinion Letters

Posted by Rebecca Scott on Sep 24, 2019 2:48:02 PM

Leave case managers and employers have a lot on their plate, from managing the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) to maintaining compliance. Luckily, a great resource for information on the FMLA, along with other labor legislation including the Fair Labor Standards (FLS) is the US Department of Labor (DOL)! The DOL's Wage and Hour Division often produces model forms and opinion letters for employers, case managers and even employees on those topics, to help with their compliance and understanding. 

Speaking of opinion letters, the DOL has issued three this year alone with regards to the FMLA. To help you grasp the 2019 DOL opinion letters and remain compliant, we summarized them in a digestible format! 

Topics: FMLA, Leave Management, DOL, collective bargaining agreement, individualized education program

Three Important Topics For Employers From The 2019 DMEC Annual Conference

Posted by Rebecca Scott on Sep 17, 2019 11:02:00 AM

Our parent company, Presagia, recently attended the 2019 Disability Management Employer Coalition (DMEC) Annual Conference, where they gained a lot of insight on various topics related to absence and disability management! These topics ranged from the importance of employee well-being to what employers can expect from an audit conducted by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), and so much more. To keep things concise, we chose the top three topics we found most interesting to share with you! 

Topics: DMEC, FMLA, Compliance, Employee Retention, Wellness, DOL

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