Webinar: FMLA | Back to the Basics and Current Trends
Employee leave management has become increasingly complicated and technical, even for experienced HR professionals. Not only do eligible employers have to administer Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), but there are also several state-specific leave laws, state paid family leave, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accommodation process to navigate. This triangle can be difficult to understand and administer properly.
This webinar will discuss leave basics, including California, Oregon, and Washington protected leave and ADA intersections.
After completing this course, the learner will:
- Understand the fundamental elements of the FMLA
- Understand the differences between FMLA, OFLA, CFRA, and Washington Paid Family and Medical Leave
- Learn how state leave laws intersect with FMLA and the ADA
- Learn current trends and best practices for administering family and medical leave
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As the Vice President of Services for Trüpp, Audra Hedberg leads departments providing HR Consulting and Outsourcing Services to clients. Audra is an experienced HR professional, working in various industries. She has a passion for helping clients thrive and enjoys providing guidance under various employment laws in a relaxed style that is easy to understand.
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Tory Daugherty (She/Her), HR Consultant
In her role at Trüpp, Tory serves as a dedicated HR Consultant providing support to clients in various HR compliance areas, including job description and employee handbook creation, employee relations, and advisement on federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Tory has her Master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and holds SHRM-SCP and PHR professional certifications.
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