How To Deal With An Employee Who Has Exhausted Their Available Time Under The FMLA

How To Deal With An Employee Who Has Exhausted Their Available Time Under The FMLA

  • The Family Medical Leave Act allows an Employee to take 12 weeks of leave, as long as the Employee and the Employer meet the conditions that trigger the FMLA to deal with a personal issue
  • You can terminate the Employee if the time is exhausted, but it can be seen as Disability Discrimination under the right circumstances

This informational video was provided by Allan E. Richardson, an experienced New Jersey Employment Lawyer.

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