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FMLA Certification

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  • FMLA: Arkansas

    Type:
    Employment Law Manual

    In-depth review of the spectrum of Arkansas employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to FMLA.

  • FMLA: Alaska

    Type:
    Employment Law Manual

    In-depth review of the spectrum of Alaska employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to FMLA.

  • FMLA: Alabama

    Type:
    Employment Law Manual

    In-depth review of the spectrum of Alabama employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to FMLA.

  • Intermittent and Reduced Schedule FMLA Leave - Supervisor Briefing

    Type:
    Supervisor Training

    This briefing for supervisors examines the law and best practices for administering intermittent and reduced schedule leave under the FMLA, including notice and medical certification requirements and tracking and calculating leaves.

  • Failure to Return FMLA Certification Letter

    Type:
    Policies and Documents

    This letter may be used when an employee fails to timely return previously requested certification supporting the need for Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) leave for the employee's or a family member's serious health condition, to care for a seriously ill or injured military servicemember or for a qualifying exigency.

  • Ineligibility for FMLA Leave Letter

    Type:
    Policies and Documents

    Employers should use this letter when an employee advises the employer of a condition that may qualify for FMLA leave but the employee is ineligible for FMLA leave.

  • Incomplete Certification for FMLA Leave (Nonmilitary) Letter

    Type:
    Policies and Documents

    This letter may be used to notify an employee when his or her certification for Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) leave for nonmilitary-related reasons is incomplete or insufficient.

  • Manage Intermittent FMLA Leave

    Type:
    Tasks

  • Manage the FMLA Certification Process

    Type:
    Tasks

  • Request for Additional Information for FMLA Military Exigency Leave Letter

    Type:
    Policies and Documents

    This letter may be used to inform an employee that the previously supplied information was not sufficient and additional information is required before determining if the employee qualifies for military exigency leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).

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HR guidance on FMLA certification - a legally permissible tool for employers to reduce FMLA fraud and abuse.