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District Court Highlights the Risk of Inaccurate and Inconsistent Communications Regarding Leaves of Absence
Ogletree DeakinsLink to more items from this source
Mar. 24, 2021

"Although ... an employer may have a policy that requires FMLA and short-term disability leaves to run concurrently with one another, eligibility and other requirements of each type of leave [differ].... [E]mployers may consider administering each type of leave separately, including sending separate communications to employees relating to the specific type of leave being addressed." [Knaup v. Molina Healthcare of Ohio, Inc., No. 19-166 (S.D. Ohio Mar. 3, 2021)]

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