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Managers and Supervisors Often Surprised by Breadth of FMLA's Coverage
Society for Human Resource Management [SHRM] Link to more items from this source
Aug. 19, 2014
"Supervisors can ... be educated about 'red flags' that result in them consulting a human resources professional to gather additional guidance on how to address a particular situation ... Managers often think of the FMLA as a law that comes into play only when an employee is getting ready to take a maternity leave or when they have a debilitating illness requiring an extended hospital stay. Those are obviously scenarios where the FMLA is implicated, but the act provides much greater coverage than that."

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