This session will focus on absence management in the workforce today. Proper absence management is key to helping organizations maintain the highest levels of productivity, minimize the total cost of labor, and ensure compliance with constantly changing Federal and State leave management legislation. There are several absence management best practices that can, and should, be used to help organizations achieve these goals.
Effective absence management starts with the proper calculation and allotment of benefit accruals. Automating this process eliminates the risk of manual calculation errors and provides employees accurate information on available benefit days. To take this a step further, moving the leave request and approval process from manual to electronic makes the leave request process more efficient and provides transparency for employees and managers on available leave days. Managers and employees have the visibility into current account balances, future accruals, historical time taken off, and can receive notifications throughout the approval process.
With growing regulation of Federal and State leave compliance, it is imperative that organizations begin to centralize their case management processes and integrate them with leave management. Tracking FMLA and State Leave cases electronically brings leave management into a centralized location, allowing employees to take the appropriate time off, whether that is FMLA, Vacation, or Sick time. It allows for the tracking of case and period thresholds and makes sure leave time is allocated and used appropriately. Through the use of notifications, managers and administrators can monitor absences in real-time and regain control of the absence management process.
In this session, we will focus on absence management best practices and common tools to help you manage employee leave, increase transparency, and maintain compliance with common leave management policies.
Who Should Participate
What You Will Learn
Attendees will learn some of the industry best practices in absence management. This includes how to efficiently manage benefit time, how to maintain compliance with constantly changing leave management regulations, and how to increase transparency across all steps in the leave process.
I was looking for concrete best practices - - clearly automation saves time and helps with compliance and fiscal savings but give attendees an actual example of how FMLA could be tracked. SHOW a tool. It was just very disappointing.
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