The provision of the maintenance of the group health benefit of the employee, at the time he or she is on leave, is an added advantage in the provisions of the law. A change in the FMLA, therefore, shall serve justice to employees who, given these reasons, need to take leave from their work. The law provides 12 weeks unpaid leave of assured protection of the employee’s job within any given twelve months time (United States Department of Labor, 2010). I chose the topic because among the provisions in the law are issues that relate to health. Health is an invaluable need for every employee should have a job-protected leave to attend to health matters. Given the inevitability of the reasons for the leave, it should be a paid leave. The target audience is the labor department that needs to make considerations of changing the law into paid leave (Perritt, 2004).
Standardization of regulations regarding the use of cells phones while driving is an inevitable need for ensuring safety in the transport sector. Drivers of commercial motor vehicles should be subject to restrictions in the use of mobile phones while driving. They should abide bythe provisions by the FMCSA. Failure to comply as per the provisions of the law should attract a new disqualification sanction the drive or the commercial driver’s license upon multiple convictions for violation. Imposing restrictions on drivers of motor vehicle carrier relating to their use of mobile phones while conducting operations in the interstate commerce would further strengthen such regulations (FMCSA, 2010). Safety in the highways would gain improvement with standardization of regulations regarding cell phone use while driving. Driver-related crashes on the highways would reduce significantly. Cases of injuries that involve these drivers would be low (Wyllie, 2007). I chose this topic because of the increasing concern over several lives lost in accidents involving drivers of commercial motor vehicles. The target