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Now in Effect: New FMLA Poster and I-9 Form!

As a friendly reminder, employers must update two key employment forms this month.  As of March 8th, employers must begin using the most recent FMLA poster issued by the Department of Labor.  The updated poster reflects the DOL’s final rule concerning military related leave available under FMLA.  The DOL has also issued new FMLA forms to … Continue Reading

Reminder: New FMLA and Military Leave Regulations Take Effect Today

In case you haven’t heard, new Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) regulations take effect today, Friday, January 16. Some highlights of the new regulations include: Regulations covering the recently instituted military family leave laws Expanded FMLA general notification requirements New individual eligibility notification and leave designation requirements New forms for eligibility notification, leave designation, … Continue Reading

New FMLA Forms and Poster Now Available For Download

As previously reported in the Stoel Rives World of Employment, new Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) regulations will take effect January 16, 2009.  The DOL has now published six new optional forms contemplated by the new regulations, and as promised, the Stoel Rives World of Employment has them for you right here (just click on … Continue Reading

New I-9 Form Now Available

A new I-9 form is now available from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.  What’s changed, you might ask?  Good question.  Nothing substantive, merely the expiration date.  Ironically, the Paperwork Reduction Act requires government forms to carry an expiration date, and because the old I-9 form expires June 30, 2008, the USCIS has to publish … Continue Reading
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