FMLA Administration Training

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The Family and Medical Leave Act is a Federal law that allows eligible employees to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave for their own medical condition or to care for family members. FMLA is enforced by the U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division and information regarding FMLA is available through its website.

Companies covered by FMLA are required to comply with the requirements of the law including properly administering leave for eligible employees. FMLA training for supervisors will provide HR professionals or anyone else who may be responsible for leave administration, with the fundamentals of how to administer FMLA including:

  • Employers responsibilities to notify employees of FMLA
  • Determining employees eligibile for FMLA
  • Designating leave: continuous or intermittent
  • Documentation of FMLA leave
  • Employers responsibility to maintain health insurance during the leave
  • Employees responsibilities during leave
  • Tracking leave
  • FMLA abuse and employer remedies
  • FMLA and workers compensation leave
  • FMLA and the ADAA
  • Returning employees to work
  • Terminating employees on FMLA leave


Administering FMLA can be tricky, there are notification requirements and response deadlines that employers must follow. Fines for FMLA violations are hefty and defending claims is burdensome and expensive. Reduce risk by training leave professionals to understand FMLA and how to properly administer qualifying medical leave.

Build a Healthy and Happy Workforce

The Family and Medical Leave Act is a Federal law that allows eligible employees to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave for their own medical condition or to care for family members. FMLA is enforced by the U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division and information regarding FMLA is available through its website.

Companies covered by FMLA are required to comply with the requirements of the law including properly administering leave for eligible employees. FMLA training for supervisors will provide HR professionals or anyone else who may be responsible for leave administration, with the fundamentals of how to administer FMLA including:

  • Employers responsibilities to notify employees of FMLA
  • Determining employees eligibile for FMLA
  • Designating leave: continuous or intermittent
  • Documentation of FMLA leave
  • Employers responsibility to maintain health insurance during the leave
  • Employees responsibilities during leave
  • Tracking leave
  • FMLA abuse and employer remedies
  • FMLA and workers compensation leave
  • FMLA and the ADAA
  • Returning employees to work
  • Terminating employees on FMLA leave


Administering FMLA can be tricky, there are notification requirements and response deadlines that employers must follow. Fines for FMLA violations are hefty and defending claims is burdensome and expensive. Reduce risk by training leave professionals to understand FMLA and how to properly administer qualifying medical leave.

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