When FMLA ends and ADA begins. The FMLA/ADA Crossover: Coordination, Management, and Compliance Strategies

Instructor: Beth Brascugli De Lima 
Product ID: 702211
  • Duration: 90 Min

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This 90-minute training will assist you in understanding the complex interaction between FMLA and ADA (AA) as it relates to intermittent leave requests with an underlying accommodation. In addition, we will clarify and discuss strategies for managing the transition from FMLA to ADA, concurrent ADA compliance requirements when designating FMLA, and the significant differences between the compliance requirements.

Course "When FMLA ends and ADA begins. The FMLA/ADA Crossover: Coordination, Management, and Compliance Strategies" has been pre-approved by HRCI as eligible for 1.50 credits towards a participant's recertification upon full completion.
“The use of this seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program”.

Why Should You Attend:

Do you refrain from terminating employees because you are concerned about running afoul with either the FMLA or ADA and do not want a lawsuit? This interactive Webinar workshop will help you understand when and how you can have confidence to terminate employees if they are not complying with notification and intermittent leaves as they relate to both FMLA and the ADA. Learn when enough is enough, and how to clearly document the process to avoid costly lawsuits.

This webinar provides an overview of areas in which the biggest mistakes are made. It is an opportunity for HR and Payroll professionals to learn strategies for consistent application of compliance regulations. We will cover the significant differences between the FMLA and ADA notification process and the medical certification documentation required to determine eligibility for leave. We will also explain the difference between notification, required documentation and the confirmation of your company’s ability to accommodate without undue hardship. This webinar will introduce simple compliance strategies, to help you clearly understand the intent of both the FMLA and ADAAA when accommodating requests for intermittent leave that include a request for an accommodation.

We will also discuss these aspects as they apply to intermittent FMLA, ADA accommodation requests, and Workers’ Compensation light duty as it relates to the need to obtain medical documentation under both the FMLA and the ADAAAA.

Areas Covered in the Seminar:

  • Clarification of employee notifications as they apply to both FMLA and ADAAA in an intermittent and reduced schedule leave environment.
  • Explanation on how to respond to intermittent leave requests that include a potential or specific ADA accommodation.
  • How to respond to ADA / Workers’ Compensation light duty restrictions as they relate to FMLA intermittent and reduced schedule leave.
  • Documentation guidelines that will help your company stay out of court and/or avoid settling claims.
  • When to hold a good faith meeting and how to document the process.
  • What notification is required at various timelines in the FMLA / ADA leave and accommodation process.
  • Medical releases to obtain additional data outside of the FMLA medical certification.
  • When you can terminate an employee who has exhausted their FMLA benefits without running afoul with the ADAAA
  • Specific case studies will be evaluated to illustrate various scenarios that can cause confusion and leave a company open to potential litigation.

Who Will Benefit:

This webinar will provide valuable assistance to all companies, not-for-profits, school districts, governmental agencies and pseudo governmental agencies. Those that would benefit most would be:

  • Human Resource Managers / Administration
  • Risk Managers
  • Benefit Specialists
  • Supervisors
  • Business Owners
  • General Managers
  • Controllers/ CFOs / Financial Managers

Instructor Profile:

Beth Brascugli De Lima, M.B.A., SPHR-CA, is founder, president, and principal of HRM Consulting, Inc., a California-based human resource consulting firm. Ms. De Lima provides corporate consulting on a national basis regarding employment regulation, compliance and vocational rehabilitation. Her organization has assisted corporate, not-for-profit, school districts, and governmental clients with Human Resource policy development and implementation since 1992 on a national, statewide, and local level.

Ms. De Lima has extensive experience in all areas of employment litigation including the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and Workers’ Compensation and is a recognized expert regarding Medical Leave Management employment law compliance. Ms. De Lima provides expert testimony for both the Plaintiff and Defense regarding Human Resource Best Practices and Standards of Care. Her focus is to assist organizations with mitigating potential liability by offering consulting services, mediation, and interactive training to organizations, not-for-profits, government and pseudo government entities, attorneys, and school districts.

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Product Reviews Write review

This was the best webinar that I have attended on this topic - it was an excellent practitioner's guide to handling WC/FMLA/ADA cases.
- Anonymous

Great information! This session offered insight into the FLMA/ADA integration issues and how to avoid possible costly litigation when navigating compliance.
- Kay RandolphPollard

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