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Are employers required to use the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Forms from the Department of Labor?

Are Employers Required to Use the FMLA Forms from the Department Of Labor?

Employer’s failure to provide proper FMLA notices to the employees will be ruled by courts as interference with employee’s rights. So many cases have resulted in employers paying $275,000 or more for failure to comply. Notification is a vital component of FMLA leave.

Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

Temporary to Regular Employees and FMLA

Here is a typical question about FMLA that I will receive from my clients: “I have an employee who started in our company about a year ago as a temporary employee from ABC Staffing Company. Two months ago, the employee was hired by our company as a regular full-time employee. The employee now needs surgery and is requesting FMLA. We denied the employee’s FMLA request since he has not met the eligibility requirements. The employee only has two months of service since we hired him. Do we need to worry about any problems? We are correct, right?”

Time to act 2020 final rule on overtime eligibility for white collar employees.

2020 Final Rule on Overtime Eligibility for White Collar Employees

2020 Final Rule on Overtime Eligibility for White Collar Employees – The effective date of this final rule is January 1, 2020. The final rule updates the earnings thresholds necessary to exempt executive, administrative and professional employees from the Fair Labor Standards Act’s (FLSA) minimum wage and overtime pay requirements, and allows employers to count a portion of certain bonuses/commissions towards meeting the salary level. The new thresholds account for growth in employee earnings since the thresholds were last updated in 2004.