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FMLA Law Talk

John J. Egbert Introduces Employer Tool #6: Insist employee paid time off is used simultaneously with unpaid FMLA leave.

Fair Labor Standards Act’s Minimum...

The U.S. Department of Labor recently announced a final rule that extends the Fair Labor Standards Act’s (FLSA) minimum wage and overtime protections to most direct care workers. Direct care workers, which include certified nursing assistants, home health and personal care workers, are some of the lowest paid workers in the service industry. This change will impact nearly two million...

FMLA Law Talk

John J. Egbert introduces Employer Tool #5: Request recertification when appropriate.

Employers Must Provide Notice of Coverag...

In preparation for the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act, the US Department of Labor has adopted certain rules imposing obligations upon employers to give notice to employees about their health insurance options. Learn more here. 

FMLA Law Talk

#FMLA Law Talk: John J. Egbert introduces Employer Tool #4: Ask sufficient questions.

FMLA Law Talk

John J. Egbert introduces Employer Tool #3: Carefully evaluate whether certification qualifies for FMLA leave.

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