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smallbusiness.chron.com/circumstance-can-deny-fmla-55704.html

FMLA guidelines for employers require the continuation of health benefits, if any, for employees on FMLA. However, an employer can deny FMLA benefits under certain circumstances. Too Few Employees

www.fmlainsights.com/fmla-faq-can-an-employer-designate-fmla-leave-when-an...

In our workplace, when an employee doesn’t want to take FMLA leave, they simply refuse to return medical certification to us. In these instances, can we designate the absence as FMLA leave even though we do not have certification? Here, you have two options: Deny FMLA leave. If the employee has not returned complete and adequate medical ...

employingalabama.com/2019/03/19/refuse-fmla-leave

Only the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals can give us definitive guidance. But, the Eleventh Circuit has not issued an opinion on this issue. In my opinion, the FMLA’s implementing regulations provide an employer with very little choice on whether employees can refuse FMLA leave.

www.wmalabamalaw.com/.../2016/march/can-an-employee-refuse-fmla-leave-

This case brings an important issue to light for any employee seeking time off, especially when their request involves FMLA leave. Pay attention to any leave forms your employer requires you to fill out. Although you do not necessarily have to mention the FMLA to be covered under the statute, you can specifically decline FMLA coverage.

employment.findlaw.com/family-medical-leave/what-is-fmla-faq-on-federal-leave...

FMLA is a complicated federal leave law, but the following answers to FMLA FAQs below can help you understand what your rights and responsibilities are under federal law and whether you're covered. Which employers does FMLA apply to? Only those employers that reach the minimum requirements must comply with FMLA.

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At issue in the appeal was whether an employee can affirmatively decline using FMLA leave, even though the underlying reason for leave would have been FMLA protected leave. To this question, the court answered, “yes.”

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Employers have the right to require an employee to take FMLA leave. Many times it is in the best interest of the employer and the employee to do so. The Family and Medical Leave Act was established by the Clinton administration in 1993. It protects the jobs of employees who are experiencing a qualifying condition or ...

www3.swipeclock.com/blog/top-13-fmla-mistakes-employers-are-still-making

FMLA Mistakes can be costly Since 1993, business owner and human resource professionals have provided protected leave under the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA). However, although FMLA has been around for over 20 years, many professionals and managers are still making mistakes that put their companies at risk for violations and fines through the Department […]

www.jdsupra.com/legalnews/fmla-faq-can-an-employer-designate-fmla-88406

I received a ton of feedback last week in response to my post about whether an employee can decline FMLA leave even though the absence qualifies under the Act. ... FMLA leave, they simply refuse ...

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The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) employer obligations explained. Watch to see an overview of what you are, and what you aren't entitled to when it comes to medical leave, paternity leave and ...