Let’s clarify ambiguities in the family leave law

The federal Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 was enacted to allow employees to take unpaid leaves of absence without risking their job security. The statute permits eligible employees to take such leave if they or a member of their immediate family experiences a “serious health condition.” In recent years, two aspects of the…

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