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Recently, U.S. Department of Labor issued new Employer’s Guide to the Family and Medical Leave Act. Click here to access: .

Information about the complex Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) law

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0 References to the FMLA are to Titles I and IV of the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993.
You or a close family relative must have a serious medical condition to ask for Family Medical Leave Act FMLA leave. Generally speaking there are two ways to qualify as having a serious medical condition. First, there must be an overnight stay at the hospital. The second way is for the employee to have suffered a period of incapacity of more than three days. Finally, if the employee is having a baby she is eligible to have a Family Medical Leave Act FMLA leave.

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Some employers provide its employees with health insurance. If the employee is taking a Family Medical Leave Act FMLA leave and is not getting paid by the employer, the employer may require the employee to pay his or her portion of the health insurance premium payment to continue the health insurance coverage. If the employee is getting paid during the Family Medical Leave Act FMLA leave then the employee's portion of the health insurance premium should be deducted from wages. An employee does not have to reapply for health insurance benefits after a Family Medical Leave Act FMLA leave so long as the employee has not allowed the health insurance to lapse.

Does the Family and Medical Leave Act guarantee paid time off
Created in 1993, the Family and Medical Leave Act offers employees up to 12 weeks of excused absence from their jobs every year. It was enacted to aid employees in balancing work and personal obligations, without having to choose between the two in times of crisis.


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If you're eligible under the Federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), then your employee rights entitle you to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected work leave in any 12-month period:

Family and Medical Leave Information

Your employee rights under the FMLA also entitle you to take up to 26 weeks of unpaid, job-protected, military family leave to care for a qualified family member suffering from a serious injury or illness incurred while on active military duty.

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Employees qualify for FMLA leave when either they or a family member suffer from a “serious health condition.” The condition must either prevent the worker from performing his or her job, or require the worker to care for a family member. Employees can use FMLA for:

eFMLA: Family and Medical Leave Act Made Easy

The Family Medical Leave Act FMLA allows employees and military personnel to take time off of work when they have a close family member who has a serious medical condition or is having a baby. In order to qualify for Family Medical Leave Act FMLA benefits an employee must work for a company or an employer that has at least 50 employees. You also have to work for that employer for at least one year. During that one year, you have to have worked at least 1250 hours. In order to request Family Medical Leave Act FMLA benefits, you must generally give your employer 30 days written notice if it is not an emergency situation. This typically occurs when there is a scheduled surgery or procedure. If the reason for the Family Medical Leave Act FMLA request is an emergency then the employee must give the employer notice as soon as practicable. This means that the employee must give the employer notice within two or three business days after the emergency.

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A: If you are an "" employee, you are entitled to 12 weeks of FMLA leave for certain family and medical reasons during a 12-month period.