Can an employer require an employee to take the FMLA?

Answer If an employee takes leave for any of the reasons outlined in the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the employer may consider the time FMLA leave without the employee's permission. Employers must no... Read More »

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Can an employer terminate an employee who was out on fmla leave?

If an employee has worked for her employer for at least 12 months, has worked at least 1,250 hours over the past 12 months, and works at a location where the company employs 50 or more employees wi... Read More »

Can an employer require communication during FMLA leave?

On One Hand: Your Employer May Contact YouAccording to the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993, your employer can contact you during your leave to ask you questions to confirm that the leave you'r... Read More »

Can an employer force an employee to take the health insurance they are offered?

no, no employer can force you to sign up for medical benefits. If you are covered by a spouse, for example, there may be no need for you to sign up for your company's insurance program.It may be re... Read More »

Is an employer required to provide a copy of an employee handbook to an employee?

Employers are not required by law to provide employees with employee handbooks. However, certain regulations require that companies post pertinent information such as minimum wage laws. Companies s... Read More »