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Under certain circumstances, an employee may have the need to temporarily stop working due to a medical situation, in order to attend to sick or injured family member, or due to childbirth or adoption. When this happens, their position is protected under the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993. This act allows eligible employees up to 12 weeks per year of paid or unpaid leave for specific medical reasons.
Family Medical leave must be used to care for the care of an actual serious medical condition of an enumerated family member or oneself. There are many different kinds of employee leaves in Calfiornia. Here are some examples and or reasons for hiring an Employment Lawyer for leaves other than FMLA:
Persons with recurring permanent health conditions may qualify for intermittent Family Medical Leave. To determine if your medical condition qualifies for intermittent Family Medical Leave, to the point your employer cannot ask for constant re-certification of your FMLA qualifying illness, please consult with one of our experienced Orange County Employment Lawyers. Family Medical Leave cannot be taken to give mere moral support. Sitting with a family member in the hospital, but not taking care of the family member is not a FMLA qualifying event.
Family Medical Leave is extremely important in some situations. When a loved one becomes sick or injured and requires care, you may be the only one capable of providing the care they need. You still need to keep your job, which is why the FMLA is so important. Don’t allow your employer to discriminate against you or anyone else due to pregnancy, illness, injury or the need to care for a family member. Report workplace discrimination and hire an Orange County Employment attorney to fight for your rights today!
Contact the office of Employment Lawyer’s Group today for the legal counsel and representation you need. We practice employment law extensively and are prepared to give our all in defending your right to paid or unpaid leave. Call now! 800-525-0700 toll free.
Employee Leave Rights are a complex area of employment law. The complexity of employee leave rights is evident when we are frequent lacks of understanding of employee leave rights by human resources. Only an experienced Orange County Labor Lawyer can properly advise you on your employee rights. Each leave right has many conditions including, but not limited to, length of leave, condition for which leave is allowed and of few minimum employee counts. Please do not rely on this page for legal advice contact our firm or an experienced employee leave lawyer for legal advice.