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    My Employees Can Miss How Much Work?!? Managing the Challenges of Leave Under the FMLA and ADA - April NASHRM Meeting

    Date: April 10, 2018, 11:00am – 1:00pm
    The Jackson Center
    6001 Moquin Drive NW
    Huntsville, AL
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    My Employees Can Miss How Much Work?!? Managing the Challenges of Leave Under the FMLA and ADA

    Registration will close on Friday, April 6th
    Cost is $25 for members and $40 for non-members.


    Registrations after April 6th may be available on a limited basis.  To be considered, please contact the VP of Programs to see if seats are available, if so you may register and attend at a cost of $40.  These registrations will be handled on a first-come, first-serve basis.


    This session will be loaded with practical advice and Hollywood-inspired workplace hypothetical situations to increase your understanding of accommodation issues under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). We'll highlight common ADA and FMLA mistakes employers make and arm you with best practices so you can effectively administer leaves and reduce liability. You will better understand the coordination between federal leave laws. In this session, you will:

    • Gain a better understanding of the coordination between federal leave laws such as FMLA and ADA.
    • Hear the latest cases and enforcement trends.
    • Learn how employers can effectively administer leaves to reduce liability.
    Speaker: Eric Meyer, attorney at Dilworth Paxton
    Bio: You know that scientist in the action movie who has all the right answers if only the government would just pay attention? Eric B. Meyer, Esq. gets companies HR-compliant before the action sequence. Serving clients nationwide, Eric is a member of the Labor & Employment Practice Group and Chair of the #SocialMedia Practice Group at Dilworth Paxson LLP. He's also a volunteer EEOC mediator, a paid private mediator, and publisher of The Employer Handbook (, which is pretty much the best employment law blog ever. That, and he's been quoted in the British tabloids. #Bucketlist