Are you one of the employers out there trying to manage the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), state family and medical leaves, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and company leaves using your time and attendance system? Have you tested your approach for compliance?
Currently the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and Department of Labor are upping their game and actively looking for employers whose programs provide for systemic violations of employees’ rights. In fact, the past few years have seen a significant increase in litigation in FMLA and ADA cases. In this climate employers need to thoroughly evaluate their program compliance to ensure they are behaving appropriately to protect themselves from needless litigation. They need to look critically at their business processes and technologies to ensure that their programs stand up to the rigors of the current legal and compliance landscape.
While time and attendance systems do a good job of tracking time worked, employees’ absences and work schedules, they were not designed for leave compliance, yet many employers use them for this. This is because leave compliance requires ensuring the consistent and equitable application of leave rules which requires more information than is typically available from time and attendance systems. In this session, Presagia’s Compliance Officer, Allan Compagnon, will explain why a time and attendance system plays a key role in the organization and how integrating that information with a leave management system provides the best support for your compliance programs.
Mr. Compagnon will review typical data maintained with time and attendance systems and highlight key compliance elements that are most often overlooked in using such systems. He will also share with attendees the data that systems should be capturing and sharing to facilitate leave management compliance.
The primary goal of this session is to provide attendees with best practices they can relate back to their own organizations to evaluate their existing time and attendance systems and leave programs for compliance.
In this session, attendees will:
• Learn the risks of relying solely on time and attendance systems for leave management
• Understand the data needed to support compliance programs
• Explore how to make time and attendance and leave systems work together
Presagia’s FMLA Guide - www.presagia.com/fmlaguide
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