The Family Medical Leave Act is an a very complex, technical law. For instance, an employer must have at least 50 employees with a 75 radius before it is even covered by the law. So, an employer with 25 employees in Kansas and and other 25 in North Carolina would not be covered and employees at that company would not be entitled to protections of the Act. The American Bar Association recently released a 330-page report, "2013 Midwinter Meeting Report of 2012 Cases." It can be at the FMLA Insights Blog, a very useful resource for FMLA law.
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