As an employment law attorney who specializes in FMLA, Stacie Caraway of Miller & Martin PLLC has heard from many well-meaning employers who want to help out their employees (who may claim, for example, that taking FMLA creates a financial hardship) by allowing them to ‘make up’ time they take for FMLA leave. The one problem with this approach is that it’s in violation of the law.
Speaking to an audience of employers and HR pros at BLR’s 2016 Advanced Employment Law Symposium (AEIS) in Las Vegas, Caraway explains alternative options for employers to this legal landmine when an employee expresses a desire to ‘make up’ FMLA leave.
AEIS is one of the most reputable and longstanding employment law conferences in the nation. Learn about the 2017 AEIS at http://aeisonline.com/