Natalie Ivey, MBA, SPHR is an HR consultant, professional speaker, author, and educator within the HR profession. She has more than two decades of leadership and HR management experience with Fortune 500 organizations and in working as a trusted advisor and consultant to business leaders both in the U.S. and abroad. She is the founder and CEO of Results Performance Consulting, Inc., an HR consulting practice that specializes in providing HR expertise and guidance to employers doing business in the U.S.
She also provides targeted, result-focused leadership and professional development training programs.
Natalie routinely works with organizations to address destructive leadership behaviors and organization dysfunction. She consults with employers and designs customized training programs to help employers correct poor behaviors, minimize legal exposure, and improve performance and profitability. She is also the instructional designer/author of numerous HRCI accredited HR training programs that are marketed throughout the U.S., as well as the author of the book: How to Conduct Internal Investigations: A Practical Guide for HR Professionals, which has received excellent reviews. Her new book: How to Keep HR from Being the Employee Complaint Department is due to be released in early 2015.
Ms. Ivey is a dynamic and engaging speaker who is known for her sense of humor and 'tell-it-like-it-is' direct approach to teaching HR education. She is a frequent lecturer at university symposiums, is a guest speaker at SHRM conferences, and is a nationally known speaker who travels throughout the U.S. and abroad, speaking on a variety of topics to advance the HR profession.
FMLA is a complicated law; however, the employees still seem to know it pretty well. At present, the FMLA is often called "The Friday-Monday Leave Act" because employees "conveniently" get their episodic conditions, like migraine headaches, on days that run in conjunction with their off days. Interesting, right?
Some of these leave cases are definitely legitimate. However, there are a lot of them that are not--and employees are gaming the system to suit their own agendas. And, this causes a great deal of confusion with other employees, who must pull up the extra slack when the FMLA Abuser is "out again."
Today, it is up to HR professionals to understand what FMLA compliance is, follow consistent documentation procedures, do good FMLA case management, and conduct internal investigations into leave abuse situations.
In this webinar by expert speaker Natalie Ivey, MBA, SPHR, you will learn how to identify exactly what you can do – and how to take decisive action in even the most delicate cases of FMLA leave abuse.
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