Employee leaves can be challenging to administer. Knowing when to offer leave, when it qualifies, what you can ask for to substantiate it, what to do if an employee doesn’t want to use leave, etc., requires education, practice, and an act of good faith at each step in the process. Let’s talk about what compliance looks like, how to get information about leaves when you don’t know what to do, what common issues arise, and best practices. Bring your thoughts, questions, and concerns.
Some of the leaves we’ll discuss include:
- Family leave (protected)
- Sick Leave
- Personal Leave
Multifamily NW Welcomes: Amanda Wernli, M.S., PHR, SHRM-SCP, Professional Consultant
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Multifamily NW Welcomes
Amanda Wernli, M.S., PHR, SHRM-SCP Professional Consultant
Her practical experience includes over four (4) years of HR and supervisory/operational experience with public and private employers. She has also worked on a variety of federally sponsored research projects primarily related to educational assessment. She earned a Master of Science degree with an emphasis in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology – and is proud to say that she put herself through school by working throughout college. She originally became interested in Human Resources as a profession upon the realization that when people spend most waking hours at work, employment law and HR practices can have an incredible impact on people’s professional and personal/family lives.