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An Employer's Guide to FMLA and ADA

Do you know how to figure out if an employee has a legitimate “Record of Impairment?”

Are your job descriptions accurate when it comes to the “essential functions” of the job, and what that means for you?

How about your liability when it comes to managing a leave of absence...

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This guide walks you through the many complicated procedures associated with keeping your business in compliance with the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Do you know how to figure out if an employee has a legitimate “Record of Impairment?”

Are your job descriptions accurate when it comes to the “essential functions” of the job, and what that means for you?

How about your liability when it comes to managing a leave of absence for a new parent?

Give your HR department the tools it needs to comprehensively address these, and many other tricky FMLA and ADA questions, with a refreshing dose of clarity, precision and ease-of use.

We make it easy to know you’re on the right side of the law — stay updated — and navigate even the toughest cases and trickiest legal jargon, easily.

HRSimple’s EMPLOYER’S GUIDE TO FMLA AND ADA Gives You the Tools to:

  • UNDERSTAND COMPLICATED FMLA DEFINITIONS
  • KNOW WHAT CONSTITUTES A “HEALTH CONDITION” AND HOW YOU NEED TO ACT
  • UPHOLD THE RIGHTS OF YOUR EMPLOYEES
  • ENSURE PROPER HIRING PRACTICES
  • UNDERSTAND YOUR BUSINESS’ RESPONSIBILITIES CLEARLY
  • AN EMPLOYER’S GUIDE TO FMLA and ADA from HRSimple gives you extensive and accessible chapters that detail every aspect of FMLA and ADA compliance for businesses of all sizes.  

With 25 years of experience in the field, HRSimple brings together Masterful Legal Interpretations and Plain-English writing in a way that few products can claim.

Explore our handy and “HR-Friendly” features to get a “SNAPSHOT” of your FMLA and ADA challenges, and know how your business needs to operate in every emergent situation.

Stay updated effortlessly with a product that’s ready to go on the shelf, or at your fingertips online, all the time.

Trust Your Information is compiled, written, updated, and translated, by a well-credentialed team of practicing Attorneys, and licensed by your state’s business association.

Publication Year
2022
Endorsed by
Law Firm
Ford & Harrison LLP
Authors
Nancy Van der Veer Holt
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