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54 Articles found | Employment/Human Resources
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Apart from standard sick and vacation leave, paid time off (PTO) or other discretionary leave an organization may grant, employees may be entitled to many other leaves under state or federal law. Failure to provide the statutorily required leaves may subject the employer to administrative and/or judicial proceedings. This article provides an overview of some of the most common federal and state leave laws covering employee leaves.
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Employers need to be aware of the child labor standards that apply to employees under the age of 18. There are penalties in the form of fines for failure to comply with child labor laws and misdemeanor charges for repeated violations.
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A “serious health condition” under the Family and Medical Leave Act may also constitute a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act. This often creates complications and questions for employers about whether an employee has a right to additional leave outside of the FMLA as a reasonable accommodation under the ADA.