Utilize AccommoCare’s best-in-class functionality to better assist and support your employee’s leave of absence!
Employee leaves of absence changed dramatically when the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) was signed into law on February 5, 1993. The FMLA requires employers to grant leaves to eligible employees for up to 12 weeks (26 weeks in some circumstances) and to protect the employee's job and continued health benefits during that leave.
This chart is an example of a woman going on maternity leave for seven weeks and, after having her baby, would like to take protected leave for as long as she can under FMLA (which is 12 weeks in total. It shows the complexity of figuring out the laws. coverage, benefits, and tracking the leave, particularly when the employee is in a state with additional leave benefits.
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