Can FMLA be made retroactive?

Answer Employers cannot retroactively define a leave as medical or family leave. Under the provisions of the FMLA, employers must provide written notice when they intend to define an employee's absence as... Read More »

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Can grants be retroactive?

On One Hand: They Are RetroactiveFederal Pell Grants are retroactive. This is applicable when a student who qualifies for the grant was enrolled in an eligible degree program before being awarded t... Read More »

Are COBRA Payments Retroactive?

COBRA payments are indeed retroactive, so long as the qualified recipient meets two conditions. First, they may pay all the premiums on the insurance retroactive to the date they lost coverage. Sec... Read More »

Can School Grants Be Retroactive?

Some school grants and scholarship programs can be retroactive, meaning that they will repay a certain portion of a person's student loan debt. A retroactive school grant is more commonly referred ... Read More »

Retroactive Pay Laws in Washington?

In Washington, the 2006 Wage Payment Act establishes retroactive pay procedures for employers and their employees. To help employees quickly resolve their pay issues with their employers, the Washi... Read More »