What to Expect When Your Employee Is Expecting
When a member of your team is expecting or planning to adopt, it can be a great
opportunity for coworkers to come together to wish the employee well and, in
doing so, boost employee morale. However, potential legal pitfalls loom when
dealing with pregnant employees and new parents.
The number of pregnancy discrimination charges has skyrocketed, with 6,196
charges filed in 2009. Many of these claims could have been avoided if employers
had a better grasp of the numerous federal and state laws that govern the
accommodation of workers who are expecting.
Learn how to legally accommodate your "expecting" employees with the FREE HR
Hero White Paper, What to Expect When Your Employee Is Expecting.
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ensure compliance under federal and state laws.
This free White Paper will cover:
* Refresher on Pregnancy Discrimination Law
History of the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA) - What the PDA Means for
Employers - Practical Considerations when Accommodating Pregnant Employees
* Family and Medical Leave Rights
When the FMLA Applies - The Employers' Obligations Under FMLA - When
Employers Do Not Have to Provide Benefits Under FMLA
* And Speaking of Pregnancy: Nursing Employees
How the recently-amended Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Comes Into Play -
How to Determine Break Times for Nursing Mothers
* Unpaid, Unless . . .
Exceptions to the FLSA
* State Laws
Key Provisions for All 50 States
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