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  • I agree with Michael, but would err on the side of caution and do what Allison suggested. Wait for the FMLA leave to end, then get in writing what the EE needs to correct upon their return. There's a chance they will improve and you can avoid the termination. ...

  • Yes it qualifies.  NOTHING in the regs states that the employee must be a direct caretaker.  If the employee is assisting her father in dealing with admission to a LTC facility for her mom, that qualifies.  The employee can sit by her mother's bed for ...

  • Sounds like an issue with culture. If the VP of Finance has been permitted to behave this way in the past, it's going to take a serious discussion with the CEO to nip it now.  Hopefully, the CEO does not behave this way and can be seen as the culture ...

  • Hi Crystal - Wow, that is a problem.  Not that it is an excuse, but if the FMLA is due to the employee's own illness, maybe it started while still working and caused the backlog of items not done. I would consult an HR attorney before taking any course ...

  • What are your companies doing for retirement gifts at the Executive Level? Thanks, Candie ------------------------------ Candie Minotti SHRM-SCP HR Manager Pattillo Construction Atlanta GA ------------------------------

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