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Your Guide to FMLA in Ohio: Who Can Take a Leave of Absence?

Under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), eligible employees are entitled to take 12 weeks of leave each year for certain qualifying reasons. Since FMLA is a federal law, Ohio employers have the same responsibilities as employers in other states to provide unpaid, job-protected leave for employees who meet the eligibility requirements.
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How Does FMLA Work in Michigan? An Employer’s Guide

Employees in Michigan are covered by the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), a federal law that applies to employees in all 50 states. They may also be covered by Michigan’s Paid Medical Leave Act, which went into effect in March 2019.
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Everything You Need to Know About GRC Tools (Plus the 5 Best Tools)

Workplace risk is an important issue that every employer needs to tackle, not just because it’s your responsibility to keep your employees safe, but also to comply with local, state, and/or federal safety regulations. An effective risk management process can help mitigate the risks, and using an integrated risk management solution can make it easier to mitigate hazards and ultimately keep your workplace safe.
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6 Benefits of Document Automation in the Modern Workspace

Document creation and formatting can be one of the most time-consuming steps in any business workflow. Not only that, but when employees have to generate documents by hand, there’s an increased risk of errors and inconsistencies — especially for complex documents with a large number of data fields to fill out.
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FMLA Illinois: Family and Medical Leave Explained

If an Illinois employee needs to spend time addressing a family or medical issue, they may be entitled to unpaid time off under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). This federal law applies to eligible employees in all 50 states who work for a covered employer.
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FMLA Florida: What Employers and Employees Need to Know

As in every other state, Florida employees are protected by the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). This federal law entitles employees who work for covered employers to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave for certain qualifying reasons, such as the birth or adoption of a child or the illness of a family member.
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Everything You Need to Know About OSHA Inspections

The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act) of 1970 ensures workplace safety and health for workers across the United States. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) enforces the OSH Act and imposes penalties in case of noncompliance with the regulations. OSHA’s authority covers over 130 million workers across 8 million worksites.
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Intermittent FMLA Leave: Best Practices for Employers

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) grants eligible employees 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave in a 12-month period. But what happens if an employee wants to take FMLA leave intermittently over an extended period of time?
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The 6 Best Risk Management Solutions to Suit Your Safety Needs

Every organization faces risks, be it an office-based IT company, a construction site, or a factory handling hazardous chemicals. These risks to the safety and health of workers are not even consistent; new projects may come with new hazards. A robust risk management process plays a vital role in mitigating these risks and making the workplace safer for all employees.
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5 Ways to Improve the Digitization of the Customer Experience

Providing a seamless digital experience isn’t just a necessity for SaaS and e-commerce businesses. Even brick-and-mortar businesses that undertake most of their customer interactions offline are increasingly embracing the need for digital touchpoints.
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