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Employers face many compliance issues when it comes to managing employee leaves and accommodations. Colorado’s new pregnancy accommodation law and the EEOC’s recent guidance on employer-provided ADA leave as an accommodation have made these decisions even more difficult for HR professionals, leave and accommodations managers, compliance officers, and business leaders.

Learn how to avoid costly mistakes on leave and accommodation decisions. Join Holland & Hart employment attorneys Steve Gutierrez and Mark Wiletsky and Megan Holstein of the Reed Group to learn practical tips on:

  • Pregnancy accommodations from morning sickness to bonding after childbirth
  • Limiting FMLA abuse
  • Disability accommodations and the interactive process
  • Effect of medical marijuana use on leaves and disability accommodations
  • When FMLA ends and ADA leave begins

WEBINAR DATE AND TIME
Date: Thursday, January 12, 2017
Time: 12:00 – 1:15 p.m. MT

Presenters:
Steve Gutierrez, Partner at Holland & Hart LLP
Mark Wiletsky, Partner at Holland & Hart LLP
Megan Holstein, Vice President of Compliance at ReedGroup

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Megan Holstein

Megan Holstein

Megan Holstein, Esq., is Vice President of Compliance at ReedGroup. Ms. Holstein provides leadership, product creation, and effective guidance to ensure ReedGroup’s software and service products are best in class and compliant with governing law. Specifically, Ms. Holstein's work focuses on, and she has developed an expertise in, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and their state law equivalents as well as disability and family leave benefits, including ERISA as it pertains to short- and long-term disability plans. Ms. Holstein is the product owner for ReedGroup’s ADA and Workplace Accommodation product offering. Ms. Holstein co-authored ReedGroup’s LeaveAdvisor™ online reference tool and ReedGroup’s white papers regarding leave as an accommodation under the ADA, absences and accommodations for pregnant employees, and paid sick leave laws.

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