Managing Leaves Including Employer's New Headache: EPSL and EFMLA 5.20.20

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Name: Managing Leaves Including Employer's New Headache: EPSL and EFMLA 5.20.20
Date: May 20, 2020
Time: 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM PDT
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:

Managing leave requests can be cumbersome, whether you have 5 employees or 500. Are you sure you know when to deny a leave request and when to accept it? In what situation should an employer extend a leave request, and do you need to extend a leave for everyone if you do for one? 

Due to the recent pandemic, we have updated this course to include information to help employers navigate the Emergency Paid Sick Leave as well as the Emergency Family and Medical Leave.  Employers that have never had to offer such leaves are now faced with questions and confusion that we are hoping to help you resolve!


You will receive answers to these questions and more in this course, which navigates the twists and turns of leave regulations and teaches best practices regarding how to manage leave documentation, notification, and expiration. This class is perfect for anyone who is responsible for tracking and maintaining the special time off requests of his/her workforce. 


*You will be required to "register" through Zoom (the webinar application) in order for us to verify your attendance (and send you follow up information). Please do a test log-in to the meeting at least 30 minutes before the scheduled start if you have never used Zoom for webinars.




This course has been pre-approved for 2 credits toward aPHR, PHR, SPHR, and aPHR 


This course is being offered through the generous support of the San Diego Workforce Partnership.

 
Location:
THIS CLASS IS A WEBINAR
We use Zoom for our webinars.
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It's free.
www.zoom.us
Date/Time Information:
Thursday May 20, 2020
9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
 
Contact Information:
858.505.0024
Fees/Admission:
Free
Professional Development Hours:
2
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