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Workplace Policies ... need Reforming ~~ a repost

                            The president called for a new vision for workplace policies related to leave.

 

 

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In his State of the Union address, President Obama touched on a core issue that has affected women for as long as they have been in the workplace. 621 more words

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New FMLA Regulations: Effective March 8, 2013 ... a repost

Read through the entire article to see how the rules impact your state

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) turned 20.  Many employers have finally come to terms with the major revisions to the FMLA regulations issued on November 17, 2008, which became effective on January 16, 2009.  1,717 more words

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North Carolina high schools suspend driver's education

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — At least one-third of North Carolina’s school systems are suspending their driver’s education programs this summer until they learn whether they’ll receive any state money to help pay for the classes. 113 more words

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NC Senate budget proposes ending driver's ed. requirement

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The fate of driver education in North Carolina looms uncertain as legislators ironing out the budget weigh whether to continue the program’s funding, or possibly end the requirement for teenagers to take driving classes altogether. 97 more words

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Workplace Discrimination Research

 

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The history of this employee with the company goes back two years. He took leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act eleven weeks ago. 998 more words

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About the Family Medical Leave Act and Its Basic Regulations

Most, if not all, employees often face certain emergency situations that require them to skip work for an extended period of time. Like most of us, they also have to deal with certain family and/or medical matters. 568 more words

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Family and Medical Leave in US / Job Protection Isn’t Enough

Twenty years ago, the Family and Medical Leave Act, or FMLA, was signed into law. The FMLA granted certain workers new and important rights, including the ability to take up to 12 weeks of job-protected leave after a birth or adoption, but it fell short in at least two important respects. 759 more words

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