This guide is an ideal resource for school administrators in private and public schools who administer Family and Medical Leave Act programs. With the recent development of new case laws and the rise in FMLA claims, it will help schools and districts avoid costly violations.LEXIS 2042, at *11-*12 (asserting that the true source of instructions, not mere conduits through which instructions flow, is the worksite of a sales employee without a fixed worksite). 124. ... Nilfisk- Advance American, Inc., No. 99-3954, 2000anbsp;...
|Title||:||The School Administrator's Guide to the Family and Medical Leave Act|
|Author||:||Carl C. Bosland|