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Does Your Company Give ‘Special Leave’ to Working Moms?

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Do you have a soft heart? Do you sometimes grant employees “special leave” to take care of their school-aged kids? We’re not talking about sick kids whose parents may be entitled to coverage under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). We are talking about Suzie-has-a-school-play leave and Jonnie’s-school-is-closed-today leave. Beware if you allow such leave for working moms but not working dads. One court just warned, “A company’s ‘special leave’ not grounded in law just may be discriminatory.”

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