FMLA


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AcronymDefinition
FMLAFamily and Medical Leave Act of 1993
FMLAFeminist Majority Leadership Alliance
FMLAFamily and Medical Leave of Absence
FMLAFellow of the Medical Library Association
FMLAForest Management License Agreement (Canada)
FMLAFuture Medical Leaders of America
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With the dispute of material facts, Admiral's motion for summary judgment on the FMLA retaliation claim was denied.
"Elliott Eichenholz is suing his former employer, Brink's Incorporated ('Brink's'), and his former supervisor, Gordon Campbell, for alleged violations of the Family and Medical Leave Act ('FMLA'), discrimination under Massachusetts state law and the Americans with Disabilities Act ('ADA'), and tortious interference.
If the employee is already certified for FMLA leave, he or she needs to specifically reference that the reason for the absence is the qualifying FMLA condition as opposed to something else.
In October 2015, she underwent a medical procedure, and Snipes took intermittent leave under the FMLA so he could assist her with daily activities.
Especially for FMLA leave, 40 percent of companies with 1,000 or more employees outsource, as do 27 percent of companies with 50 or more employees.
The following questions and answers are intended to help EA professionals guide employees to FMLA leave when appropriate.
Since the Family and Medical Leave Act ("FMLA") was signed into law, employers have been faced with the challenge of ensuring compliance with the statute's requirements while also developing strategies to prevent employees from taking unfair advantage of the system.
Employers have a number of avenues available to them under the FMLA to ensure an employee's leave is proper.