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LEAVES AND OTHER COMMON REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION CONCERNS – HOW TO DO IT RIGHT

Tue
9/21
2021

Date: Tuesday, 09/21/2021
Time: 9:30 am - 11:00 am

Region: All
Location: Webinar, , Statewide, NY

Event Status: Open

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Presenter:

John M. Bagyi

John M. Bagyi
Esq., SPHR, SHRM-SCP

For the last six years, John has been recognized by Human Resource Executive magazine as one of 200 of the Nation’s Most Powerful Employment Attorneys.  John counsels and represents employers on labor and employment issues helping them achieve and maintain legal compliance, while improving employee engagement and workplace productivity.  John has served as a guest lecturer at Albany Law School, the University at Albany, and the Lally School of Business at RPI and is a frequent speaker at national, regional and state conferences, including the National SHRM Conference. He also serves as the General Counsel to the New York State Society of Human Resource Management. 

John is AV Preeminent Rated by Martindale-Hubbell, listed in New York Super Lawyers and has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America for labor and employment law since 2007, when he was the youngest attorney in New York State to be recognized.  Most recently, The Best Lawyers in America named John the 2020 Albany Labor Law – Management "Lawyer of the Year".  

Who Should Attend:

Human resource professionals, supervisors, and other staff who need updates on workplace laws and regulations.

Session Objective:

Through a discussion of case studies based on real world scenarios, participants will learn how to reconcile their obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act, the New York Human Rights Law, and the Family and Medical Leave Act and how to tackle some of the most common issues they will face, including requests for medical documentation, employees who obstruct the interactive process, leaves of absence that are repeatedly extended, and disciplining employees protected by the ADA/NYHRL/FMLA.

Certifications:

General HRCI & SHRM Credits