"Update: Legal Liability In Leave" Free Report

As legal problems involving leave continue to plague employers, a single incorrect interpretation of leave laws can land executives and their companies in court. This risk can be significantly reduced by downloading the latest free report posted on AHI’s BenefitsAlert.com website.

The new free report – "Update: Legal Liability In Leave" – expands on "Major Employee Leave Laws: Meeting Federal Requirements" (a previous free report posted on AHI’s BenefitsAlert.com) and outlines pitfalls and traps employers should avoid in implementing federal leave laws based on the latest courtroom interpretations of actual workplace confrontations, including cases that involved retaliation, absenteeism, disabilities, pregnancy, discipline, and more.

Employers will learn:

  • how the latest FMLA and ADA Supreme Court rulings can affect a company’s potential legal liability,
  • additional state FMLA and ADA cases that could open a pandora’s box in leave lawsuits, and
  • how discrimination related to maternity leave ended up costing one company over $700,000 in settlement money.

This free report can be downloaded now. (Note: Free Registration Is Required)

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