FMLA COMPLIANCE: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Sherri Fite


FMLA COMPLIANCE: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

2021 Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA) SESSIONS

FMLA COMPLIANCE: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

•July 19  •July 22  •August 2  •August 5

 

Are you frustrated by employees who seem to be gone more than they are at work, but you are unsure of how hard you can press them legally? Do you and your district employees responsible for the hands-on management and administration for absences, disability and FMLA (Family Medical Leave Act) really understand the intricacies and requirements of the laws that apply?  Would you and they like to have the skills and knowledge needed to keep from misinterpreting or unintentionally not complying with the law? 

Arkansas School Boards Association Staff Attorney Kristen Garner will team up with Missy Duke, Attorney with Cross Gunter Witherspoon and Galchus, for an intensive one-day virtual training on FMLA and applicable FFCRA impacts for school district superintendents and other central office staff who handle this issue daily. The live virtual training will be held on four dates during the summer of 2021 via Zoom Video Communications, Inc.

Click HERE to register for July 19

Click HERE to register for July 22

Click HERE to register for August 2

Click HERE to register for August 5

Morning Session (8:30-11:30): Basic FMLA Attendees will get a comprehensive overview of the law, cover the duties and responsibilities of the employer, and the rights of the employee of FMLA. There will be a strong emphasis on the interplay with sick or other leave, leave taken for childbirth and child bonding, and the employee’s right to job restoration.

Afternoon Session (1:00 to 3:00): Advanced FMLA The afternoon session will take up where the morning session left off and go in-depth with form completion, timelines, health insurance during FMLA, administrative responses, and real-world practice scenarios.

Attendees must attend both the a.m. and the p.m. sessions to receive credit for the event.  The cost is $185 per person through one week prior to the event and $205 after that date. The class size limit is 35.  Due to limits on the number of participants, there will be no refunds for cancellations within two weekdays prior to the training day. (Specific cut-off dates are shown in the registration information). If you have registration questions, please contact Kathy Ivy at kivy@arsba.org. If you have questions about the training, please contact Dr. Anne Butcher at abutcher@arsba.org

Please provide a current email address during registration.  Registration materials, meeting ID number, and password will be emailed to you prior to the event.