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Intermittent (Non continuous) Leave Under The FMLA

Managing Intermittent Leaves

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An employer can attempt to require a schedule that least disrupts operations. For example, by requiring that the leave be taken at the start or the end of a work day.

An employer may also consider transferring an employee during a period of leave. (See the next section).

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