Returning to work after a mental health absence can be very difficult for an employee. HR and managers should ensure that a person in this situation feels comfortable and does not face unrealistic demands on their return. An action plan can help the employee transition back to work successfully.
This chart is a brief introduction to the FMLA's interplay with state and federal law, and summarizes many of the questions and issues that arise under various employment laws and obligations when employees seek, take and return from FMLA-type leaves.
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Key facts for employers and HR relating to attendance and leave.
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