Carl Bosland and the Federal Employment Law Training Group will present a day-long federal sector FMLA workshop on October 20, 2008, at the Cafritz Conference Center in the Marvin Building at George Washington University, 800 21st Street NW, Washington, DC 20052.
This comprehensive yet practical workshop will provide participants with up-to-date information regarding federal sector FMLA law and practice. You will learn to identify which federal sector FMLA variant (there are 4) applies to your agency (and which employees in your agency). You will learn about the latest FMLA legislative, case law, and regulatory developments/proposals, best practices, and practices to avoid. The workshop will be interactive, with plenty of time to address your questions. This is your best opportunity to get all of your FMLA questions answered!
The workshop is designed for those who approve leave requests, those who approve attendance-based discipline, and those involved in the defense, advocacy, adjudication, advice, and enforcement of FMLA rights, including federal attorneys, labor relations, labor unions, employee relations, human resources, administrative judges, arbitrators, mediators, and FMLA policymakers.
For additional information and registration, attached is a link to the Federal Employment Law Training Group website. http://www.feltg.com/2008%20Fall%20Specialty%20Practices.htm
I hope to see you in October!