Management 475_11_16_2010

Management 475_11_16_2010 - FMLA Quiz 1 Private Employers...

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FMLA Quiz…. 1. Private Employers are FMLA required if they employ 75 or more employees within a 50 mile radius. Yes 2. An Employee must have worked 1250 hours within the last 12 months to qualify for FMLA. Yes 3. An Employee must communicate their need for FMLA in writing and must specifically mention FMLA in order to qualify. No 4. Managers and supervisors can be held personally liable for FMLA violations. Yes 5. Second and third medical opinions are at the expense of the employee or their family members. MAYBE 6. If an Employee fails to notify Human Resources of the need for FMLA within 45 days of the leave commencing, an Employer can delay the requested leave by the same number of days. No 7. Employees must be informed in writing within 10 business days of the disposition of the FMLA request. No 8. An Employer should terminate the Employee’s health coverage when FMLA starts and send the COBRA qualifying event letter. NO 9. An Employer can terminate an FMLA Employee’s health coverage for non-payment of premium. Yes 10. An Employer can require an employee to exhaust all their paid time off before requesting FMLA. Yes 11. If an Employer willfully violates FMLA, double damages can be awarded. Yes 12. COBRA and FMLA can run concurrently. No 13. An Employer must have a written FMLA Policy. No 14. An employee can continue their participation in Dependent Care and Medical Reimbursement Accounts of their FSA while on FMLA. Yes OSHA - Occupational Safety and Health Administration -AND- Occupational Safety and Health Act It was the first comprehensive safety and health law. It covers employers who have one or more employees. OSHA was enacted in 1970. Prior to this, (Industrial Revolution) there were no safety rules for employers and young children were allowed to work. When an employee was injured at work, they didn't receive any compensation from their employers Worker's comp - Employer pays a premium to have this type of "insurance" to protect themselves and their employees on the job. OSHA ensures every employee a safe and healthful working environment.
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Management 475_11_16_2010 - FMLA Quiz 1 Private Employers...

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