The Employer?s Duty to Timely Designate FMLA Leave

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The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) requires unpaid leaves of absence for employees who have a serious health condition or need to care for family members who have a

serious health condition. An employer must have 50 or more employees, however, for an employee to be covered under the FMLA.

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