FMLA Compliance: When Do Short-Term Illnesses Meet the Definition of Serious Health Condition? - By AtoZ Compliance Seminar training classes conferences & workshops presented by AtoZ Compliance register for training on FindaSeminar.com

Home

Add your seminars

Training Calendar Creator Seminar Venues Training Provider Directory
 

New Seminar Search:  

 

Helpful links

find similar training...
Search by state...
Customer Support


Do you need help finding the right class, date, or location or other assistance?

Request information about upcoming training seminars workshops and conferences in   and other cities listed on FindaSeminar.com Submit a support request and receive a prompt reply.

We guarantee this AtoZ Compliance training seminar

We are an authorized partner of AtoZ Compliance

 

Price protection. The price to attend FMLA Compliance: When Do Short-Term Illnesses Meet the Definition of Serious Health Condition? - By AtoZ Compliance is set by the training providerThere is no added charge for our services.

We honor most training provider coupons
*.   Call  a representative to see if your discount coupon applies.


Privacy. Your personal information won't be shared with anyone but the training provider AtoZ Compliance.


Security. When you register for this seminar on FindaSeminar.com your personal data and payment information is safely collected and processed using secure SSL encryption technology.

Flexibility. FindaSeminar.com offers you three ways to register for FMLA Compliance: When Do Short-Term Illnesses Meet the Definition of Serious Health Condition? - By AtoZ Compliance seminar by AtoZ Compliance.
Register online, by phone (800) 349-1935,or fax (800) 712-5569
Who should attend FMLA Compliance: When Do Short-Term Illnesses Meet the Definition of Serious Health Condition? - By AtoZ Compliance
HR Professionals, Benefits Administrators, Leave Administrators, Business Owners, Anyone who is responsible for administering FMLA
Reviews
Write and read AtoZ Compliance reviews and reviews about the training seminar FMLA Compliance: When Do Short-Term Illnesses Meet the Definition of Serious Health Condition? - By AtoZ Compliance on the Seminar News Network and the Training News Network.
 

Frequently asked questions and registration options for the training seminar FMLA Compliance: When Do Short-Term Illnesses Meet the Definition of Serious Health Condition? - By AtoZ Compliance

 
Find Training Near You
Use our clickable map to find training near you
Use Our Clickmap
 
hotel seminars meeting space directory
hotel meeting space training facilities restaurant and lodging

 
 
 

request on site training details for the FMLA Compliance: When Do Short-Term Illnesses Meet the Definition of Serious Health Condition? - By AtoZ Compliance seminarRequest on site training

FMLA Compliance: When Do Short-Term Illnesses Meet the Definition of Serious Health Condition? - By AtoZ Compliance  

 Email information about this seminar FMLA Compliance: When Do Short-Term Illnesses Meet the Definition of Serious Health Condition? - By AtoZ Compliance by AtoZ Compliance to yourself your manager or associatesEmail this event... View and register for other training seminars like FMLA Compliance: When Do Short-Term Illnesses Meet the Definition of Serious Health Condition? - By AtoZ Compliance by AtoZ Compliance on FindaSeminar.com See similar training.. Find and register for other training seminars by AtoZ Compliance on FindaSeminar.com Other seminars from AtoZ Compliance

By:

training seminars by AtoZ Compliance AtoZ Compliance   

For:

HR Professionals, Benefits Administrators, Leave Administrators, Business Owners, Anyone who is responsible for administering FMLA

Cost:   

see Registration info for seminar cost, group discount etc.

Seminar Summary:

Learn to be able to determine specific circumstances involving non-chronic illnesses that meet the definition for serious health condition under the Family Medical Leave Act. (see full course description)

 
 
 

 Seminar / Training class dates & locations

 

 

No seminar dates for this event are currently scheduled.  Please use the seminars search box above or choose one of the following additional training search options to find similar training.

Providers course catalog

Find seminars by state

Find seminars by city

Request on site training

Use Advanced Search


 

 
 

print the agenda print agenda for the FMLA Compliance: When Do Short-Term Illnesses Meet the Definition of Serious Health Condition? - By AtoZ Compliance seminar

 

Training Course Syllabus:


Overview

Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) compliance is critical for employers. Companies that are covered under the FMLA are required to comply with the law, which requires them to provide eligible employees with up to twelve weeks of job protected leave under a few specific circumstances, including their own serious health condition or to care for an immediate family member with a serious health condition.

There are a number of ways that a condition can meet the definition of a serious health condition, and the requirements are different for chronic and non-chronic (short-term) illnesses. The concept of “serious health condition” for non-chronic (short-term) illnesses is very specifically defined.

Why Should You Attend

This webinar focuses specifically and solely on clarifying the circumstances under which non-chronic (short-term) illness can meet the definition of “serious health condition” under the FMLA regulations.

Clear guidance was issued in 2010 that verified that many fairly common illnesses of short duration (such as the flu), can – under specific circumstances – meet the definition of serious health condition. Knowing this – and incorporating a mechanism for compliance into FMLA training – is a critical area of compliance.

Areas Covered In This Webinar

Clear definitions of and compliance considerations for key FMLA terminology required to fully understand requirements for non-chronic illnesses:
Covered employer: Does your company meet the definition?
Eligible employee: Is the employee eligible for FML?
Child/parent/spouse: Whose non-chronic illnesses qualify an eligible employee to take FML under the current definitions of child/parent/spouse
Specific requirements for a non-chronic (short-term) illness to meet the definition of “chronic” health condition under the FMLA”
Period of incapacity: What is the timeframe requirement?
Healthcare provider: What constitutes a visit to a healthcare provider?
Continuing treatment: What does it mean to be put on a regiment of continuing treatment?
Extenuating circumstances: What extenuating circumstances must be taken into consideration?
Practical compliance considerations for employers regarding non-chronic conditions covered under FMLA
Example illustration of a non-chronic (short-term) illness that meets the definition of “serious health condition” for FMLA compliance purposes
Important considerations for this complicated area of compliance

Learning Objectives

To be able to determine specific circumstances involving non-chronic illnesses that meet the definition for serious health condition under the Family Medical Leave Act


Who Will Benefit

HR Professionals
Benefits Administrators
Leave Administrators
Business Owners
Anyone who is responsible for administering FMLA

Speakers Profile

Mary Gormandy White, M.A., SPHR, SHRM-SCP is co-founder of MTI Business Solutions, an Alabama-based business consulting and corporate training firm. Mary specializes in HR, management, leadership and Everything DiSC training and consulting services.

She has extensive experience facilitating training in areas related to human resources, management, leadership, communication, customer service, Everything DiSC and more.

Mary works with a wide variety of clients throughout the U.S., teaches SHRM certification preparation courses and is an Everything DiSC certified trainer. Her professional background includes extensive experience in operations management, HR and training design & development.

Seminar Summary:

Learn to be able to determine specific circumstances involving non-chronic illnesses that meet the definition for serious health condition under the Family Medical Leave Act. (see full course description)

print this agenda print agenda for the FMLA Compliance: When Do Short-Term Illnesses Meet the Definition of Serious Health Condition? - By AtoZ Compliance training seminar

 view dates and locations for this seminar

 

 
 
 AtoZ Compliance training and seminar course catalog

Click any title to view upcoming AtoZ Compliance training event dates and locations, class syllabus and other seminar details

 

     
 

 
     

 

  Also try the advanced seminar search tool

   FindaSeminar HomeComputer Training

unix training
training classes

 © 2002-2018 FindaSeminar.com™ All Rights Reserved.  Terms of Use |  Privacy Policy |  Training News Network