Tag: Leave Management

Mastering Tough FMLA Issues: When Spouses Work for the Same Company

This article series addresses some of the most confusing real world problems surrounding the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). In the last installment, we focused on managing intermittent and reduced schedule leave and how fluctuating work schedules are impacted. In this installment, we’ll look at FMLA leave regarding spouses who work for the same […]

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Managing Intermittent and Reduced Schedule Leave: Fluctuating Work Schedules

This article series addresses some of the most confusing real world problems surrounding the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). In the last installment, we focused on managing leave duration and the limits that can and cannot be placed on intermittent and reduced schedule leave. Here we’ll focus on managing intermittent and reduced schedule leave […]

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Unemployment: Termination After Exhaustion of FMLA Leave Deemed ‘Voluntary Quit’

The Kentucky Court of Appeals recently upheld the denial of unemployment benefits to an employee who had exhausted his leave entitlement under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and was unable to return to work. The court upheld the Kentucky Unemployment Insurance Commission’s (KUIC) determination that those circumstances constitute “quitting” employment without “good cause.”

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Managing FMLA Leave Duration: Limits On Intermittent and Reduced Schedule Leave

It’s one thing to grasp individual Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) rules, but another thing entirely to apply them in the real world. This article series addresses some of the most confusing real world problems. Here we’ll focus on managing the duration of FMLA leave and limits on intermittent and reduced schedule leave.

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