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If You Can’t Deduct, What Can You Do? (No More PTO)


So you’ve got an exempt employee who has exhausted his or her paid time off (PTO). And now the person needs more time. You generally can’t dock pay in this situation … so what can you do?

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Win-Win Approach to ‘Unplanned’ FMLA Leave

Yesterday, we offered the first three of attorney Stacie Caraway’s tips for avoiding Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) abuse. Today, the rest of her tips, plus an introduction to a can’t-miss event on leaves, specifically for California HR professionals.

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Watch Out: Leave Certs Are Like Pre-Nups

If employers don’t take advantage of the tools provided to them by the family and medical leave laws, and they don’t do all they can or should do, they have only themselves to blame, says attorney Stacie Caraway.

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Wellness Discounts of $60-$120 Per Month Drive High ROI

Jeppesen and Dent made their comments at a recent SHRM Annual Conference and Exhibition. Jeppesen, who is SPHR-certified, serves as senior VP, human resources, of Larry H. Miller Group of Companies; Dent is a senior consultant for ACAP Health in Dallas Texas.

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Reemployment Rights of Returning Vets


Yesterday, we covered eligibility for military leave under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA); today, the specifics of reemployment rights for returning vets.

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