HR Law 101: The National Defense Authorization Act of 2008 granted new leave rights to family members of men and women who serve in the military. Because the NDAA amended the FMLA, the changes apply only to employers with 50 or more employees.
- Good news: Supreme Court eases path from N.C. to federal court
- You can terminate after FMLA leave--if you made the decision before leave was requested
- Congress passes new law expanding family medical military leave
- FMLA: Intermittent Leave
- After a brief FMLA leave, can we request a second opinion to make sure the worker is ready to return?