Communicating concern for the well-being of an employee is great, but many employers take it too far. Sure, you may want to know when an employee will return to work from FMLA (Family Medical Leave Act), but don’t overstep your boundaries. Consider, the Eleventh Circuit Court case Diamond vs. Hospice. Ms. Diamond was a clinical social worker […]
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