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OFLAOregon Family Leave Act
OFLAOhio Foreign Language Association
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In a descriptive retrospective study, Ilorin, Nigeria, early Implanon discontinuation rate was 26.5% [16] and on the other hand, in a community-based cross-sectional study at Ofla Tigray, early Implanon discontinuation rates were 16% [11].
Answer: Under OFLA, an eligible employee may take up to 12 weeks of protected leave to care for a family member with a serious health condition.
This finding is consistent with the study undertaken on factors associated with Implanon discontinuation among women who ever used Implanon in Ofla District of Tigrai region that showed that Implanon discontinuation was more common among women not formally educated [24].
50 to 99 employees: These employers are covered by the federal counterpart to OFLA, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).
Sylvia is eligible for protected leave under the Oregon Family Leave Act (OFLA).
Answer: In this situation OFLA and FMLA are very different.
His time off is protected under both OFLA and FMLA, assuming he is eligible and you have enough employees to be covered under those laws.
Some of those circumstances are covered by both OFLA and FMLA,
Both OFLA and FMLA allow pregnant employees to take time off for any period of disability related to pregnancy or childbirth, occurring before or after the birth of the child, or for prenatal care.
Let's review the qualifying circumstances under OFLA and FMLA: