Subs Are Learning About Overlap Between FMLA, ADA and Workers’ Comp Laws with New FASA Video
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Construction Subcontractors Are Learning About Overlap Between FMLA, ADA and Workers’ Comp Laws with New FASA Video-on-Demand
ALEXANDRIA, Va.—Most subcontractors understand that when an employee suffers an injury at work, workers’ compensation insurance will provide coverage for the claim. But when an employee suffers an injury at work and is unable to come back to work, other laws are implicated.
In the new video-on-demand, “The Devil’s Triangle: Understanding the Overlap Between the FMLA, ADA and Workers’ Compensation Laws,” available from the Foundation of the American Subcontractors Association, presenter Philip J. Siegel, Hendrick, Phillips, Salzman & Siegel, provides an overview of the interplay between the Family Medical Leave Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and workers’ compensation laws, all of which may come into play when an injured employee will need to miss work. In the on-demand video, Siegel explains the employer’s compliance obligations under what is often referred to as “The Devil’s Triangle.”
“The Devil’s Triangle: Understanding the Overlap Between the FMLA, ADA and Workers’ Compensation Laws” (Item #8110) is $65 for ASA members and $95 for nonmembers. This and other on-demand videos are available through FASA’s Contractors’ Knowledge Depot.
FASA was established in 1987 as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt entity to support research, education and public awareness. Through its Contractors’ Knowledge Network, FASA is committed to forging and exploring the critical issues shaping subcontractors and specialty trade contractors in the construction industry. FASA provides subcontractors and specialty trade contractors with the tools, techniques, practices, attitude and confidence they need to thrive and excel in the construction industry.
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