Employers Must Post New FMLA Poster


No later than March 8, 2013, all employers covered by the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) must display a new poster issued by the Department of Labor. The poster reflects recently adopted changes to FMLA regulations, most of which involve provisions regarding military leave and airline flight crews. 

Generally speaking, the FMLA covers private employers if they employed 50 or more employees for at least 20 workweeks during the current or preceding calendar year. The FMLA covers all public employers. 

The new FMLA poster may be accessed here.

Topics:  FMLA, Notice Requirements

Published In: Labor & Employment Updates, Military Updates

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