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Is Your Business Prepared to Handle an Employee’s Request of Leave Under the FMLA?

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The following is a more complete list of points that should be addressed in the written noticean employer gives to an employee after he or she makes a request for FMLA leave:

  1. The leave will be counted against the employee's annual FMLA entitlement;
  2. Whether a medical certification will be required, the necessary time to submit it, and the consequences of failing to do so;
  3. The employee's right to substitute paid leave and whether the employer will require paid leave to be substituted for FMLA leave and the requirements for any such substitution;
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