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    hr for me
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    I strongly recommend: Professional in Human Resources Certification Study Guide by Anne M. Bogardus ; I don't have mine in front of me, but I think there is a really good chart in that book of most of the federal laws.

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  • Betty3
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    I think the OP wants to know more than just about FMLA but other federal laws also & the # of employees required for the laws to apply.

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  • Betty3
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    Does this website help you any? (click on the law) You can always do a google search on any law you are "concerned" about.

    http://business.uschamber.com/P05/P05_0140.asp

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  • courty
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    I am looking for other laws that I may over look. Are there any laws that will be applicable when we reach 20 employees? 50 employees?

    Thanks.

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  • DAW
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    http://www.dol.gov/elaws/esa/fmla/faq.asp

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  • courty
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    started a topic applicable laws cheat sheet Federal

    applicable laws cheat sheet Federal

    Does anyone have a cheat sheet they can share that lists the applicable laws with the threshold for number of employees (e.g. FLMA - 50 or more ee's within 75 miles)?
    We are a growing company and I want to make sure we are compliant as we reach the different thresholds.
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