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Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

What Information Can An Employer Ask For Under The FMLA?

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When you ask for leave under the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), your employer may rightfully ask for:

  • The name, address, phone and fax numbers of your health care provider
  • The health care provider's type of practice/specialization
  • The approximate date your health condition began
  • How long your health condition will probably last
  • A description of a serious health condition sufficient to support the need for FMLA leave. For instance, symptoms, diagnosis, doctor visits, medications, continuing treatment etc.

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