On Demand Webinar

Handling Employees with Disabilities – Beyond the Basics

Webinar Details$219

Dealing with employee disability and leave issues are often the most common source of uncertainty for employers.  This is especially true because there can be many laws at play all at once.  The Family Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”), the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) and workers compensation laws can occasionally combine to form a perfect storm for employers.  Please join Lauren Sobaski of Fisher Phillips for this webinar as she discusses these laws going beyond the basics of a typical leave law training.  Attendees will leave walking through a series of frequently encountered issues and have practical advice for making sure they are effectively and properly handling these often challenging situations.


  • Overview of leave laws

  • Which law or laws apply to your employee? More than one?

  • Understand what each law requires

  • Have you provided the ample leave under all applicable laws?

Guest Speaker

Lauren Sobaski

Lauren Sobaski

Lauren Sobaski is an associate in the firm’s Kansas City office. She focuses her practice on employment discrimination and related litigation, employment law training, drafting policies and procedures, and wage and hour law. Prior to engaging in the practice of law, Lauren spent 15 years in human resource management. This experience gives her a unique insight into the employment law matters that are most important to her clients. Most recently, Lauren was a human resource consultant at Paychex,... View Full Profile

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