Q. Can an employee be required to use
A. Yes. An employee is not required to use any specific language, or even mention the , to invoke leave rights under the FMLA. In addition, the regulations implementing the FMLA provide that an employer may waive an employee’s requirements, including the requirement of a certification signed by the employee’s medical care provider.
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