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Does a ‘Casual Chat’ About Aging Parents Put You on Notice of FMLA?

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Say you’re a manager sitting with employees at lunch and one of them casually mentions her parents are aging and in poor health. You note your folks aren’t getting any younger either. Chit-chat-chit-chat. Time to wrap it up and go back to work. But wait: Does that informal chatter officially put your company on notice that the employee’s leave to visit her sick parent is protected under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)? As one court ruled, the devil is in the details ...

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