New FMLA Enforcement Initiative: Roadmap for Heading Off FMLA Complaints and Handling DOL Investigations
Structuring Compliance Processes and Self-Audits to Mitigate Employer Liability
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will equip employment counsel with practical techniques to avert and/or confront initial FMLA complaints and for handling on-site DOL investigations. Our panel will outline strategic techniques for structuring compliance processes and self-audits to mitigate employer liability.
- Initial FMLA complaints
- Incorporating latest regulations into policies and procedures
On-site DOL FMLA investigations
- Advance preparation
- Preparation upon notice
- On-site employee interviews by DOL investigator
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What should employers' FMLA policies and procedures include to prevent, mitigate or respond to a DOL investigation?
- What are the best practices for counsel to offer employers in conducting self-audits?
- What are key considerations for crafting a response to a DOL investigation to mitigate or avoid systemic investigations?
- What are the legal guidelines for employers preparing for a DOL investigator’s interview of its employees?
VP, Legal & Chief Compliance Officer
Ms. Cardi is responsible for ensuring compliance with state, federal, and local leave and employment laws. Her team... | Read More
Ms. Cardi is responsible for ensuring compliance with state, federal, and local leave and employment laws. Her team tracks legislative proceedings, trends, and case law on an on-going basis. Ms. Cardi’s expertise in employment law and leave compliance includes more than 25 years as in-house employment counsel for national companies and in private practice.Close
Joseph J. Lynett
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