What Credit Unions Need to Know to Comply with FMLA and Other Leave Laws

When workers request time off, they may have the right to take job-protected leave under various federal, state and local laws.

bredehoft headshot 280x210HR professionals and executives should be aware of the differences between these laws and how they interact. Register for the HR Roundtable on Thursday, January 16 to make sure your credit union is up to date on the latest laws. Credit unions in the District will have to comply with DC’s Universal Paid Leave Act which takes effect July 1, 2020.

The roundtable will be led by John Bredehoft, an attorney with Kaufman & Canoles, P.C.

Participants will learn:
• How to reconcile sometimes conflicting laws on employee’s rights to leave, family leave, medical leave, safety leave, and their occasional visit to their place of employment at the credit union
• How to enforce policies on attendance legally, fairly, and consistently
• Mistakes employers make, how to spot the issues and avoid the lawsuits

Register here.