OCTOBER 24, 2019
TAMING THE 3-HEADED DRAGON:
MANAGING FMLA, ADA & WORKER’S COMP
There's no room for
error when it comes to managing an employee with a medical condition.
Your organization's policies and practices need to align with specific laws and
This can be
especially challenging when employers find themselves faced with complicated
leaves where there is interplay of the Family Medical Leave Act, the American
with Disabilities Act, and Workers Compensation; a medical condition may
qualify for protection under some or all of these laws.
The key is to have a
solid understanding of these laws and their overlapping requirements. It is
also important to review your current practices and policies to ensure
compliance, consistency, and make sure they address leave concerns.
Join us for an
informative session about minimizing your costs and risk.
PAM THORNTON is the Director of Strategic HR Services at The
Employers Association of the Northeast (EANE) serving the human resources needs
of the members.
She is a certified trainer
with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination on Sexual Harassment
and Discrimination Prevention, and conducts training on such topics as
Discrimination Prevention and Workplace Respect, Sexual Harassment, Family and
Medical Leave, Wage and Hour FLSA Guidelines and many other employment law
8:00 – 9:00 AM
networking, hot breakfast
9:00 – 10:30 AM
Hampton Inn, 81 Newtown Road, Danbury
This program has been submitted to the
HR Certification Institute and to the Society for Human Resource Management for
This event is proudly sponsored by:
501 Merritt 7, Norwalk, CT 06856
Harrison Flynn, Associate
$35 for members of SHRM-WC, or any other Connecticut SHRM
chapter. (you will be asked to verify
the chapter with which you are affiliated)
$45 for SHRM National members, guests, and future members
$5 DISCOUNT FOR ATTENDEES IN TRANSITION
If you are in transition, please
register in advance and choose the "pay at door" option. Inform
us at the registration desk, and receive a $5.00 discount for this meeting.
PRE-REGISTRATION IS STRONGLY SUGGESTED
A $10 walk-in fee applies to members and guests who do not pre-register.