The federal Family and Medical Leave Act lets eligible workers who are employed at covered employers the right to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave from their jobs each year in specific situations. To take this leave, workers must need to care for their own serious health conditions or the serious health conditions
The Family and Medical Leave Act or FMLA was amended in 2008 so that employees who have military family members could take unpaid time off from their jobs. The employees can take FMLA leave to deal with issues that arise from a family member being called for active duty. Family members are also able to
Under the Family and Medical Leave Act, certain workers have the right to take 12 weeks of annual leave to care for their own serious medical issues and those of their family members. The leave is unpaid, but the law allows many workers to keep their jobs while they take care of their family obligations.
When employers violate the Family and Medical Leave Act, their employees may have grounds to file claims against them. Employers who are covered by the law must allow eligible workers to take time off from work to care for their own health conditions or those of their family members. When employees request FMLA leave, they
If you work for a company that has 50 or more employees within a 75-mile radius, you may be eligible to take leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act. If you have worked for your employer for a minimum of 1,250 hours during the 12 months before the date that you need to take
Parents and expectant mothers in New Jersey are able to take unpaid leave from work under the federal Family Medical Leave Act or the New Jersey parental leave law. Expectant mothers are also protected under state and federal laws that prohibit pregnancy-based discrimination. New Jersey is also a state that has a paid leave program
At-will employees may be fired at any time for any reason unless their employers base their terminations on a prohibited basis. At-will workers who miss too much work may be terminated, but there are a few exceptions. If you were fired for taking protected leave, you may have legal rights. The employment lawyers at Swartz
The Family and Medical Leave Act is a federal law that applies to employers that have 50 or more employees working within a 75-mile radius. This law mandates that covered employers allow their employees to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave from work each year to care for their own medical conditions or