When You Can–and When You Can’t–Fire People on FMLA

The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) has been around since 1993, so for many, if not most, of the workforce, it’s always been there. If you qualify for FMLA (the company has 50 or more employees in a 75-mile radius, you’ve worked for the company for 12 months or more and have worked 1250 hours in the past year), you may be sure that your job is protected when you are on leave.

And it is protected. Except when it’s not.

With all the tech layoffs, some people were surprised to find out that being on FMLA does not protect your job from elimination.

To keep reading, click here: When You Can–and When You Can’t–Fire People on FMLA

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