by Michael Fox
The first employment law initiative passed under the Clinton Administration, the Family & Medical Leave Act, turns 10 tomorrow. Signed by President Clinton in February, 1993 it was effective on August 5 of that same year. The Society of Human Resources Management marks the anniversary with a continuing initiative seeking clarity on some of the more troublesome provisions. See the story here. For more in depth information see the website of the FMLA Technical Corrections Coalition, a group of corporations seeking similar changes.