ADA & FMLA: How To Navigate The Intersection Of Disability And Leave Laws Following Recent Legal Developments 2/15/2010
It's been a big year for disability and family leave laws. The ADA Amendments Act and the sweeping changes to the FMLA both took effect this past January.
Now that the legislative and regulatory dust has settled, employers are left not knowing which way to turn when employees are covered under both the ADA and FMLA. The road toward compliance is a confusing maze even if you do your best to be properly prepared.
Join us for an in-depth, 90-minute webinar all about this complex issue.
The serious health conditions covered under FMLA that likely constitute a disability under the ADA ? and those that don't
The ADA confidentiality standard applicable to records acquired under the FMLA
When a worker who has exhausted FMLA leave may be entitled to more than 12 weeks of unpaid leave as a reasonable accommodation under the ADA
The reinstatement rights employees are entitled to under the ADA and FMLA
Whether you can discipline or terminate workers when the adverse employment actions would only be allowed under one of the statutes
Best practices for ensuring compliance when employees have rights under both statutes