Are public agencies under FMLA?

Answer Yes. Section 825.108 of the Code of Federal Regulations states that the employers covered under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) include any "public" agency, which is defined as the federal... Read More »

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Are siblings covered under FMLA?

The Family Medical Leave Act, or FMLA, excludes siblings as eligible family members who may be cared for during leave from a job. However, if the sibling is an injured military service person, you ... Read More »

Are grandparents covered under FMLA?

The FMLA does not cover grandparents. Per the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) guidelines, family is defined as a spouse, son, daughter or parent. These are the only people you are allowed to ta... Read More »

What if an Employee Is Not Covered Under FMLA?

The Family Medical Leave Act is a federal law that provides job protection for workers who need time off for medical reasons. The law gives covered employees up to 12 weeks of unpaid time off to t... Read More »

Grants for Public Safety Agencies?

Several grant programs provide funding to public safety agencies, such as fire and police departments, to improve their facilities through construction and renovation projects. Grants are also used... Read More »