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Make sure employee handbook supports compliance with leave laws

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in Employment Law,FMLA Guidelines,Maternity Leave Laws

Employers are generally free to develop their own internal policies, but many laws require employers to notify employees of those policies. Consider the case of Jones v. City of Atlantic City in which an FMLA dispute revealed that Atlantic City hadn’t updated its handbook in 13 years. In fact, the last update happened two months before the FMLA was signed into law.

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