In this upcoming webinar, two nationally renowned leave and compliance experts will explore the importance of revisiting your FMLA and corporate leave policies to ensure you are well-positioned to remain an employer of choice for today's workforce — amid fierce competition for talent. You won't want to miss their tips to avoid leave mistakes that can alienate employees and cost you money.
Shareholder, Littler Mendelson
Jeff Nowak is a shareholder for Littler Mendelson, P.C., the world's largest employment practice representing employers. He is a recognized leader on FMLA and ADA issues, helping employers develop comprehensive strategies to achieve compliance with employee leave and accommodation issues. He is also the author of the highly regarded FMLA Insights blog, which has earned him entry into the ABA Journal's Blogger Hall of Fame. Nowak is a highly sought-after speaker on FMLA/ADA issues, most notably serving on the faculty of the National Employment Law Institute (NELI) and a frequent speaker for the Disability Management Employer Coalition (DMEC).
Assistant Vice President, Leave and ADA Solutions, Unum
Angel Bennett is Assistant Vice President of Leave and ADA Solutions at Unum. Angel has been with Unum since 2003 and has held many roles within Benefits and Absence Management, including positions in Long Term Disability, Short Term Disability, Leave Management, Paid Leave and ADA. She led the charge in standing up Unum's first Paid Leave Organization in 2017 and continues to drive success in the department. Angel also oversees Unum's growing ADA department, which has become an essential part of the company's leave offering. Angel received her Bachelor of Science degree in Human Resource Management from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. She holds the Associate, Life and Health Claims and Associate, Customer Service designations.
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