An employer can force an employee to take leave under the Family Medical Leave Act, states the Spitz Law Firm. In a 2013 lawsuit, the Eighth Circuit of Appeals found in favor of an employer that forced an employee to get... More »

A femur, which is the largest bone in the leg and the body as a whole, can be fractured with approximately 4000 newtons of energy, according to an article in SciFighting. The tibia and fibula, both smaller bones, require... More »

When force is applied evenly, an average of 53 pounds of force is required to crack an egg when it is standing up on its end. It takes 90 pounds of force to crack an egg on its side in the same circumstances. More »

To apply for time off under the Family Medical Leave Act, an employee must submit the request to his employer at least 30 days in advance or as soon as possible in the case of an emergency. Employers may require a physic... More »

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As of 2015, grounds for a lawsuit under the provisions of the Family Medical Leave Act include an employer's refusal to give an employee time off or a reduced workload, and any retaliatory action against an employee who ... More »

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When FMLA forms are filled out completely, the person filing for FMLA should give the forms to her employer, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. After this notice has been given, the employer has five days to info... More »

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The Family and Medical Leave Act requires employers to provide unpaid leave and continuous health insurance coverage to employees who meet certain criteria. Eligible employees are guaranteed up to 12 weeks of leave in a ... More »

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