Untangle The Triangle: FMLA, Workers' Comp,
And ADA Webinar - Human Resources / Employment Law Webinar
Protect yourself from the confusion and legal
consequences that come from “The Triangle”
Nothing is more frustrating than having to translate legal code. Laws are
intended to simplify your responsibilities — NOT cause you to reach for the
aspirin bottle. And you know, lawsuits are prevalent in our society. A simple
misunderstanding could end up costing you or your organization millions.
While each case is unique, Untangle the Triangle: FMLA, Workers’ Comp, and ADA
will teach you how to handle any situation by demonstrating how the laws
intersect and which takes priority when more than one law is affected. You’ll
also discover how to protect yourself from the loss of quality employees, legal
entanglements, and fines. Most importantly, you’ll secure your job AND protect
your company! Save yourself from another headache by attending this training.
DON’T GET STUCK in an expensive legal battle!
KNOW THE LAWS and possible loopholes that could end up costing YOU money!
Still not sure if this training is for you? ASK YOURSELF: Is litigation in my
1.An employee has to adjust his or her schedule
because of a hospitalized child. You temporarily transfer him or her to a
different department that can better meet his or her requirements. Is he or she
entitled to there same rate of pay and benefits?
2.Your administrative assistant is hearing impaired and has requested a hearing
aid so that he or she can perform his or her responsibilities. Is this a
“reasonable accommodation” under ADA?
3.A customer service representative has epilepsy and has exhausted all of his or
her FMLA leave. What rights does he or she have under the ADA?
4.A factory employee has injured his or her leg at work and is receiving
workers’ comp benefits. Is he or she obligated to accept light duty under ADA?
5.An employee has been on FMLA leave for his or her designated 12-week time
frame. However, he or she is still receiving workers’ comp benefits. Is he or
she entitled to his or her same job and salary when returning to work?
Every answer that you don’t know is a possible lawsuit. The question isn’t: Can
you afford the seminar? It’s: Can you afford to MISS it? Don’t waste another
Your Webinar Agenda Includes ...
• Situations that are covered in the law
• What your responsibilities are to the employee
• Which disabilities are covered by the law
• What measures are considered “reasonable accommodations”
• Key points to remember about workers’ comp
• How to minimize legal risk with protective measures
How the Big Three Intersect
• FMLA and Workers’ Compensation: Determining how much time an employee can take
off and when he or she is guaranteed reinstatement to the postion
• FMLA and ADA: How to handle the rights of an employee with a disability once
his or her FMLA leave has expired
• ADA and Workers’ Compensation: Understand how to handle workers’ comp when the
employee can still perform his or her designated duties under the ADA
Legal Tips for Avoiding Litigation
Webinar Time: Webinars last 60-90 minutes
Q & A Session!
Upon enrolling in the webinar, you will have the opportunity to submit your
questions via e-mail. Time permitting, your trainer will address questions from
webinar participants. Many questions will be addressed in the Webinar itself.
Others will be addressed in the supporting materials that will be available
exclusively to webinar participants.
Your confirmation will be delivered via e-mail, so an e-mail address is
required for registration.
Within 2-3 business days after registering for a National Seminars Training
webinar, you’ll receive an email with specific instructions, a Web link, and a
unique enrollment ID that you’ll use to connect to the webinar.