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Ashlee Brennan

Marijuana Use: A Serious Health Condition?

With many states passing laws protecting medical and recreational use of marijuana, employers are often left in the dark when determining whether to take employment action against an employee who may qualify for job protection. ReedGroup’s compliance team reported on...

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Sheri Pullen

The FMLA Turns 24!

Saturday, August 5, 2017 marks the 24th anniversary of the day the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) became effective. Signed by President Bill Clinton on February 5, 1993, and made effective on August 5, 1993, the FMLA provides eligible employees with the right to...

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Tips and Traps When Building a Paper Trail: DMEC Features ReedGroup’s Expertise
Sheri Pullen

Tips and Traps When Building a Paper Trail: DMEC Features ReedGroup’s Expertise

Anyone who works in leave and disability administration knows the importance of employee notifications – the letters, emails, and forms that an employee receives over the course of a leave of absence. Still, many employers struggle with creating concise and compliant correspondence that includes all the information an employee needs regarding a leave of absence. 

For suggestions on how to build an effective notification program that checks all the legal boxes without overwhelming employees, check out Building a Paper Trail: Leave & Disability Administration Correspondence in this month’s DMEC @Work magazine (full content is available to DMEC members only). Written by ReedGroup Compliance Analyst Sheri Pullen, the article examines why notifications are critical to successful leave and disability administration and offers guidelines and remedies to common pitfalls. 

Did you know? ReedGroup offers full-service leave and disability administration, including a comprehensive suite of fully compliant employee notifications. Visit our website for more information about our services. 

Marijuana Use: A Serious Health Condition?
Ashlee Brennan

Marijuana Use: A Serious Health Condition?

With many states passing laws protecting medical and recreational use of marijuana, employers are often left in the dark when determining whether to take employment action against an employee who may qualify for job protection. ReedGroup’s compliance team reported on...

read more
The FMLA Turns 24!
Sheri Pullen

The FMLA Turns 24!

Saturday, August 5, 2017 marks the 24th anniversary of the day the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) became effective. Signed by President Bill Clinton on February 5, 1993, and made effective on August 5, 1993, the FMLA provides eligible employees with the right to...

read more