Employee eligibility does not change – just how it is determined.
Employees still are required to have worked at least 12 months and 1,250 hours to be eligible for FMLA. If an employee has worked fewer than 12 months during the current period of employment, look back 7 years or longer if the break was due to military service or by agreement. This video addresses how employees may qualify for intermittent or reduced schedule leave for serious health conditions of their own, or a parent or child; as well as qualifying exigency leave and how to schedule the leave.
George J. (Jerry) Oliver
Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP
- Partner in the Raleigh office of Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP
- Engaged exclusively in representing management in the practice of labor and employment law, and litigates cases in federal and state court, and before administrative agencies
- Selected as a North Carolina Super Lawyer from 2006 to present by Law and Politics magazine for attaining a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement
- Listed in 25th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America
- Listed in Honors Edition of Chambers Who’s Who Among Executives and Professionals
- Can be contacted at 919-755-8700 or [email protected]
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