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NEW FMLA NOTICES AND FORMS PUBLISHED BY DOL

The Department of Labor recently published new model notices and forms for employers to use when administering leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). While the changes to these documents aren’t groundbreaking, there are a few things worth noting for your reference. Eligibility The Eligibility Notice (form WH-381) is used to inform employees of their eligibility for FMLA leave, or provide at least one reason as to why the employee is not eligible for such leave. The changes to the document are minor but do provide some clarity ...
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DOL Releases Initial FFCRA (Families First Coronavirus Response Act) Guidelines

 To see the full list of Questions and Answers provided by the DOL see their website. Below we’ve provided a quick summary of answers provided to the more pressing questions we received and/or see as concerns for our clients.WHAT WAS ANSWERED:Effective Date officially April 1, 2020In previous articles and webinars, both provided by WPD and circulating on...
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WHEN TO EXPECT AN I-9 AUDIT AND THE AUDIT PROCESS

HOW DOES A BUSINESS OWNER KNOW WHEN THEIR BUSINESS IS GOING TO BE AUDITED? Businesses can be audited at any time. Employers will receive a Notice of Inspection (NOI) and are given at least three business days to produce the Forms I-9.The business employer may be requested to provide supporting documentation, such as a current employee listing, copy of their payroll, business licenses ...
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