Am I Eligible for the Family Medical Leave Act?

Your employees may need to use family and medical leave for several legitimate reasons. But when is taking additional leave appropriate for an employee? What are your employees’ rights and responsibilities under the Family and Medical Leave Act? And what are your responsibilities and rights as an employer? This post will explore these questions and address any concerns you may have about the FMLA.

What Is The FMLA?

The Family and Medical Leave Act was enacted in 1993 to allow eligible employees to take unpaid leave for certain medical and family medical reasons. It strives to help employees balance their work and family responsibilities. The FMLA promotes equal employment opportunities for both women and men while also recognizing the interests of employers.

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