TRIAD: Integrated Medical Leave and Accommodation Management SystemTM for California & USA
This System Includes:
In The Trenches 3-Half-Day Livestream Workshop
Medical Leave and Accommodation Management Specialist Certification Course
1 Year LMS Membership & Mentorship
What size organization are you? In California? Government Agency?
TRIAD IB: 50 OR MORE EMPLOYEES IN CALIFORNIA OR GOVERNMENT / PSEUDO GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
CA/USA: CFRA/FMLA – FEHA/ADA, PDL W/WORKERS’ COMPENSATION
TRIAD IC: FOR SMALL BUSINESSES WITH 5 TO 49 EMPLOYEES WITH AN EMPLOYEE IN CALIFORNIA
CA/USA: CFRA – FEHA/ADA, PDL W/ WORKERS’ COMPENSATION
This Complete California Integrated Medical Leave and Accommodation Management System will really help you manage medical leave and accommodations like it's child's play!
Hello, I'm Beth! I train thousands of HR professionals and attorneys in the aspects of employment regulation compliance, litigation, and vocational rehabilitation.
STOP wasting time searching for answers online, guessing and stressing or throwing money away buying theoretical training!
Dear HR Professional,
Since my early days in 1992, I have been traveling the length and breadth of the country, training HR professionals in these complex regulations.
After several decades training thousands of HR folks, I noticed a strange pattern. During the session breaks, attendees often asked almost exactly the same kind of questions.
HR pros were still struggling to effectively implement Medical Leaves and Accommodations in their organization. It was crystal clear that information alone wasn’t sufficient. They needed something much more than information.
The need of the hour was a System...
A system that is easy to follow.
A system that is practical and devoid of legalese.
A system that is built upon the foundation of HR standards of care.
A system that encapsulates both federal and California specific regulations.
It was something on the lines of - “give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.”
In other words, instead of troubleshooting and solving the challenges of HR professionals, why not give them a system they can use to solve their problems themselves?
The answer came in the form of the California Integrated Medical Leave and Accommodation Management SystemTM.
Get Everything You Need To Master Managing Medical Leaves And Accommodations In California
Don’t let one small mistake lead to litigation and potentially a million-dollar lawsuit.
Dealing with medical leaves and accommodations is highly susceptible to errors, miscues, and mistakes.
HEAR WHAT HR PROFESSIONALS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT US
How Will This System Help You Everyday at Work?
Industry Recognized Certification
Gain the confidence to manage ever-changing regulations in your company
Monthly on-line training/mentoring/coaching with a Leave/Accommodation Expert
2-Day Live Workshop
Discover the proven methodology for managing medical leaves and accommodations without the legalese
Be The Pillar Of Your Company
Save thousands of dollars in unwanted litigations, fines and penalties, as well as legal and medical cost ramifications
All the forms, letters, checklists, flowcharts, etc. you’ll ever need
Get all your questions on Medical Leave and Accommodation Management answered
WE’VE HELPED PEOPLE JUST LIKE YOU!
Highly Effective & Informative
“I love the format of your website. It’s very clean and intuitive. Thank you for your easy to access resources, they have helped me maximize my effectiveness in addressing the ADA and have the confidence I need to terminate employees who fail to engage in the interactive process, as a result of the well-structured notification process you have designed.”
ADA HR Specialist
Kaweah Delta Health Care District
Understand How Medical Leave Overlaps
“Can I keep Beth in my pocket; I advise on difficult leave management issues.”
Safety Analyst, FPI Management
Straightforward & Honest
“My brain is just swimming with knowledge. I’ve learned so much, but also realize the importance of applying the knowledge accuracy and setting up an integrated system approach moving forward. So much work to do.”
HR Manager, SAWPA