Whether they realize it or not, managers have the power to make or break FMLA lawsuits.
Experts say employer violations often occur when managers respond too quickly and emotionally to FMLA-triggering situations. The good news is, proper training is the key to preventing these costly manager mistakes.
At the annual SHRM conference, Jeff Nowak, partner at Franczek Radlet and founder of FMLA Insights, and Matt Morris, VP of FMLASource, shared eight things you should tell your managers about handling FMLA requests:
Be on the lookout for a serious health condition. It’s important for managers to know when