FMLA Tag

While there are different rules in each state, the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) applies to every business that operates in the United States. Even if you don’t think this law applies to you, it’s important to learn about FMLA notification requirements and eligibility rules. As...

Examining mistakes commonly made by employers implementing the FMLA may help other employers avoid the errors, mitigate challenges to their leave policies, and reduce damages from unintentional violations of the act. Common mistakes, along with a summary of the pertinent law, follow: Failing to properly...

The steps on this page steps will help employers comply with the FMLA and disability leave laws and requirements. The following steps will assist employers in ongoing efforts to comply with the changing complexities of the various disability leave management laws and requirements: 1. Review existing FMLA practices...

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) provides covered employees job-protected, unpaid leave for family or medical related reasons, such as to care for a sick family member or the birth or adoption of a child. Employers with 50+ employees for at least 20 workweeks (does...

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) provides covered employees job-protected, unpaid leave for family or medical related reasons, such as to care for a sick family member or the birth or adoption of a child. Private sector employers that have 50 or more employees...