Employer Accommodations for Caregivers of Elderly & Disabled

Ever wonder about Elder Care Responsibilities and Workplace Productivity? Joe Ranni, Esq. of Ranni Law Firm PLLC  answers this and many questions including: Are employers required to accommodate people responsible for elder care? Are children legally responsible to care for their elderly parents? What types of programs are available? (leave, fmla). Is there government help, employer help? Are there different rules for disabled elderly parents? Can you be terminated for missing work due to elder care responsibilities? Are blended families protected? Does your employer have to hold your job if you go on leave to care for your elders? Is it discrimination if you need to care of your mom or dad and are terminated from employment? 

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