Dealing with Employee Leave of Absences, Medical or Otherwise QuickBite
Tuesday, August 20
In Your Credit Union
An employee calls on Monday. She is using a sick day. She calls in for two more days. She doesn’t have any unused time. She says she will bring a doctor’s note. Is this time off excused? Does this time qualify for FMLA? The doctor’s note says she was off due to an injury at work. Now what do you do? Employee absences can be difficult to administer and classify. Employee time off may impact department morale. This program will address how to treat employee time off, address excessive absences and the employees who may abuse time off policies. Participants will receive sample policies, forms and disciplinary documents which address excessive time off. Employee absences do not need to be complicated.
Speaker: Lynn Esp is Assistant General Counsel for the Illinois League. In this capacity, she provides assistance and advice to credit unions and their retained counsel and directs the League's Legal and Technical staff. Formerly an associate with Hinshaw & Culbertson, Lynn has extensive experience and expertise in labor and employment law. She has represented management, including credit unions, in employment issues before state and federal agencies and courts, drafted employee guidelines, written articles and delivered presentations on the current issues in employment law. Lynn received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Boston College and her law degree from IIT Chicago Kent College of Law. She is licensed to practice law in Illinois and Wisconsin.
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An audio archive is available at no additional charge and can be accessed for 60 days after the live session. Instructions on accessing the archive will be sent with your connecting instructions and confirmation.
Sorry, no cancellations are allowed after connecting instructions and handout materials have been sent to registrants. Substitutions are welcomed and encouraged.
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