Both federal and state laws protect pregnant employees from discrimination and, in many cases, provide a right to pregnancy leave. Click to learn more.
Most employees are eligible for 12 weeks of medical leave under the FMLA. But other laws sometimes allow employees to take additional medical leave, even after FMLA rights expire. Click to learn more.
The key employee provision of the FMLA is a little-used exception that allows companies to deny reinstatement to certain highly-paid employees. However, the rules surrounding this exception are strict. Click to learn more.
The FMLA right to privacy provisions place strict controls on employer use of confidential medical records. Click to learn more.
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) provides 12 weeks of leave to millions of Americans who have serious health conditions or are welcoming new babies. Click here to learn the basics of the FMLA.