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FMLA Regulations for Intermittent Leave

by: Nichole Dinato

The Family Medical and Leave Act (FMLA) became law on February 5, 1993, in order to ensure a work-life balance to a changing workforce. Women of childbearing age and mothers of young children struggled with maintaining careers and families. Aging ...
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How to Calculate FMLA Days

by Jackie Lohrey

The Employment Laws for a Doctor's Note

by Jack Ori

California Law: Maternity Leave

by Danielle Smyth

FMLA Rules for Michigan

by: Cathryn Whitehead

The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) allows employees time off for qualifying medical purposes. Passed in 1993, the FMLA gives employees that have worked at least 1,250 hours in the preceding 12 months 12 weeks of unpaid medical leave. Public and ...
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How Often Can an Employer Make You Recertify Your FMLA Paperwork?

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Teacher's Requirements While on FMLA

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What Is the Law for Calling in Sick in California?

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How to File for an Unemployment Extension in New Jersey

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Can You Work 20 Hours a Week When Collecting Unemployment in Oregon?

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Will I Get Unemployment If I Was Demoted?

States provide unemployment insurance to assist those without work to stay afloat while they look for new jobs. Usually, unemployment doesn't pay as ...

How to Collect Extended Unemployment Benefits in New Jersey

by: Jamie Lisse

If you are wondering what happens once your regular unemployment benefits run out in New Jersey, the answer is extended unemployment benefits. Extended unemployment benefits allow you to continue receiving your benefits while you look for a new job. ...
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Can You Get Unemployment if You Are a Dependent?

by Jennifer Moore

California Labor Law: Unfair Treatment in the Workplace

by Lindsay Kramer

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