[Webinar Playback] 2018 Human Resources Webinar Series: Leave Policies, Practices and Requirements
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The multitude of federal, state and local leave laws can seem daunting.
Often, employers are left wondering which laws apply to them, what qualifying reasons make employees eligible for leave, how much time employees are allowed to take, how different leaves interact with each other, and what happens when an employee's leave time has been exhausted.
Check out the webinar recording above to learn how to recognize employer responsibilities when managing and administering various leaves, and how they intertwine with one another - state vs. federal, paid vs. unpaid, concurrent vs. consecutive.
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