April 5, 2017
9:00 am - 11:00 am
The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) was signed into law in 1993 to balance needs of employers and employees in circumstances when employees must take extended medical leaves for serious medical conditions, including pregnancy, or to care for family members.
Many changes have been made to the law over the past several years. GLGA is holding a FMLA Update to help CEOs, Owners and HR Professionals understand the critical issues needed to comply with FMLA regulations.
During the session, the following will be discussed:
- The importance of written policy and procedures
- Administration basics.
- Curbing abuse – intermittent leave issues
- Reviewing and handling medical certifications
- FMLA exhaustion – what happens now
- Questions and answers
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Owners/CEOs and Human Resource Professionals
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:
Jonathan T. Swain is a member of the Board of Directors of Lindner & Marsack, S.C. Mr. Swain devotes his legal practice to representing management in labor and employment law issues in both the public and private sector. He consults with clients concerning all aspects of labor management relations including union related strategies, contract negotiations and contract administration, including acting as chief spokesperson at the bargaining table. Mr. Swain represents employers in the area of individual rights and responsibilities in the workplace with particular emphasis on employment discrimination, including sex discrimination, sexual harassment, ADA, FMLA and ADEA matters.
Laurie Petersen is on the firm’s Board of Directors. Her labor and employment law experience covers a broad spectrum of matters for diverse business organizations in a range of industries. Her partnership with a variety of organizations involving a range of issues has prepared her to understand and support her client’s business by counseling a strategy that fits the client’s goals and philosophy. While Ms. Petersen has extensive experience litigating matters, when possible she engages the client proactively in identifying litigation risks and developing prevention processes to avoid costly litigation. Ms. Petersen has developed training programs, frequently lectures, and taught at Marquette University Law School.
Wednesday, April 5, 2017
9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Central
GLGA members: FREE
Not-Yet members: $49 per person
W232 N2950 Roundy Circle East Suite 200
Pewaukee, WI 53072
(second floor of the Veritiv building)
If you are looking for the seminar being held in Rolling Meadows, IL, on April 6, please click here.
Online registration is now closed. If you haven’t registered, you are still very welcome to attend. There are some limited spaces available. Please come and register at the door.