Family Care and Medical Leave in California - Part I

Instructor: Jacquiline M Wagner
Product ID: 704507
  • Duration: 90 Min

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Last Recorded Date: Mar-2016

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This series of training programs on Family Care and Medical Leave in California will examine the requirements for family care and medical leave, employers covered by the CFRA/FMLA, a covered employer’s duty to post notice of CFRA requirements and obligations, employees eligible for CFRA/FMLA leave, and more. The program will also explore the interplay between California’s Pregnancy Disability Leave law and the CFRA/FMLA.

Why Should You Attend:

At the crux of the CFRA and FMLA is the notion that an employee is entitled to take a leave of absence for family care or for a serious health condition without the fear of losing his or her job. Parts I and II of this course will teach you how to successfully navigate the requirements set forth by the CFRA and FMLA.

While Part 1 of the course examines the laws which set forth the requirements for family care and medical leave, employers covered by the CFRA/FMLA, and employees eligible for CFRA/FMLA leave, Part 2 will focus on compensation while on leave, the continuation of benefits while on leave, and employer’s prohibited actions under the CFRA.

To register for Family Care and Medical Leave in California - Part 2, click here.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • The California Family Rights Act and Family Medical Leave Act - known as the CFRA and FMLA - the laws which set forth the requirements for family care and medical leave
  • Employers covered by the CFRA/FMLA
  • A covered employer’s duty to post notice of CFRA requirements and obligations
  • Employees eligible for CFRA/FMLA leave
  • Life-events that are “qualifying events” under the CFRA/FMLA
  • An employee’s notice requirements when the need for leave arises
  • The employer’s response to a request for leave
  • Duration of leave under the CFRA/FMLA

Who Will Benefit:

  • Supervisors
  • Human resources staff and executives
  • Payroll staff and executives
  • General counsel
  • All California employers

Instructor Profile:

Jacquiline M. Wagner, Esq. is the president of JMW Seminars, LLC - working to improve the performance of employees and supervisors. Ms. Wagner uniquely understands the needs of business owners and employers when it comes to educating employees. For almost twenty years, she has enjoyed training hundreds of employees and supervisors in an assortment of industries concerning all aspects of employment law.

Stemming from that experience, she has designed a wide array of engaging human resources, employment law, motivational, business acumen, professional development, continuing education and leadership courses and presentations.

In addition to spearheading JMW Seminars, LLC, she is a principal human resources and continuing education trainer on behalf of the Office of General Counsel for the Los Angeles Unified School District, where she serves as assistant general counsel.

Topic Background:

The Family and Medical Leave Act (29 U.S.C. § 2601 et seq) - known as the FMLA- was signed into law by President Bill Clinton in 1993 in response to a growing national concern about balancing work and family responsibilities.

Also codified in 1993, the California Family Rights Act (Gov. Code §12945.2) - known as the CFRA - is California’s version of the FMLA. Sometimes referred to as the “Moore-Brown-Roberti Family Rights Act,” the CFRA is part of California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act- known as the FEHA- and is enforced by the Department of Fair Employment and Housing.


Course "Family Care and Medical Leave in California - Part I" has been pre-approved by SHRM as eligible for “1.5” credits and HRCI as eligible for “1.5” credits towards a participant's recertification upon full completion.
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