Death of a Family Member Ends One Kind of FMLA Leave, But May Begin Another

The Family and Medical Leave Act does not mandate or protect funeral or bereavement leave, but employers who deny leave and terminate an employee shortly after the death of a family member are itching for a fight. See what the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals decided in a recent case involving an employee who was terminated following the death of her spouse.

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