How To Comply with California and Federal Leave Laws
Fully Updated, Comprehensive Guide to State and Federal Leave Laws!
CER's newly updated HR Management & Compliance Report, How To Comply with California and Federal Leave Laws, covers everything you need to know to stay in compliance with both state and federal law in one of the trickiest areas of compliance for even the most experienced HR professional. (See what has changed)
This information-packed 126-page guide, written by an experienced California employment lawyer, features in-depth coverage of all the topics you need to know about in an easy-read, quick-reference style:
- Overview of California and federal leave laws
- Pregnancy and parental leaves
- Required notices
- Employee notifications of illness, injury, or disability
- Responding to leave requests
- Computing leave entitlement duration
- Medical exams and inquiries
- Reinstating and terminating employees
- Leave for military members' families
- Avoiding leave-related bias claims
- And much more!
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- A full explanation of the recent sweeping changes to California's Pregnancy Disability Leave (PDL) regulations
- New appendix of important court cases clarifying your obligations under the state and federal leave laws
- A link to the new California model medical certification form, "Certification of Health Care Provider for PDL, Transfer, and/or Reasonable Accommodation"
- The new, expanded list of who is now considered a "healthcare provider" under the recent regulations
- An explanation of whether you can terminate the health coverage of a worker who takes leave due to a disability caused by pregnancy, childbirth, or other related condition
- How long you must continue to pay for an employee's benefits when she takes PDL
- The accommodations you may offer to employees who take PDL
- A link to the new version of required federal FMLA poster WH-1420
- A full list of the disability discrimination and accommodation notices you're required to post, with links to the most updated versions
- The new FMLA rules relating to flight crews
- DOL-issued clarification of your obligations regarding intermittent leaves
- Your updated obligations regarding qualified exigency and military caregiver leave
Along with your Report, you'll also receive 3 evaluation issues of California Employer Advisor, giving you the latest information on legal developments and regulations that can have a direct impact on your organization and your bottom line. No legal trivia of interest only to lawyers. No legalese. Just practical, concise advice, smart employment practices and strategies you can put to work immediately.
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