Tag: PDL

FMLA and Becoming a Parent

Most employers subject to the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) regulations are well-versed in its main provisions, namely that it allows up to 12 weeks of leave for any of the following purposes:

Foreseeable Leave, Intermittent Leave, and More

Yesterday, attorney Michelle Lee Flores of the Los Angeles office of Fisher & Phillips, LLP, started her rundown of top FMLA, CFRA, and PDL compliance tips for California employers. Today, the rest of her list—plus an invitation to a new webinar you won’t want to miss.

Q&A on the intersection of PDL, FMLA, and CFRA leaves

California employers administering a leave of absence – be it for PDL, FMLA, or CFRA leave – have to be sure they understand which laws apply in any given circimstance. For example, which of the laws cover baby bonding time? Can that time be taken intermittently? What happens when an employee out on PDL has […]

New California Employment Laws: Get Prepared

Governor Jerry Brown recently vetoed four of the five bills the California Chamber of Commerce identified as “job killers.” The one job-killer bill signed into law is Assembly Bill 22, which severely restricts a prospective employer’s use of credit reports to screen applicants.