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By: Bosland
Price: $75.00
Edition: 2nd/2017
Sku: 17FMBA
ISBN: 978-1-941825-41-9; 1-941825-41-9
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FMLA Basics (2017)

The FMLA Basics arms managers and supervisors with the latest developments to make informed FMLA decisions to comply with the requirements of this complicated law. Written by Carl Bosland, author of the authoritative A Federal Sector Guide to the Family and Medical Leave Act & Related Litigation, FMLA Basics simplifies this complex area of the law by taking readers through each step of a typical request for FMLA leave. Straightforward explanations and practical advice on how to remain in compliance make this book ideal for mangers, supervisors, attorneys, and those involved with FMLA administration.

The FMLA has changed dramatically since the 2007 publication of FMLA Basics. The 2017 Edition addresses those changes, including:

A detailed table of contents is also included.

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