Family and Medical Leave Act.
Employee Safety, Health, and Welfare Law Paper.
On February 5, 1993 President Bill Clinton signed the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) into law, creating a national policy of granting workers up to twelve weeks of unpaid leave for pregnancy, infant care, or to care for themselves or family members in the event of severe injuries and illnesses.1 The Family and Medical Leave Act generally covers private-sector employers with more than 5 employees, and all public agencies. In order to be eligible for leave, employees must have been employed for at least one year, and have worked 1,250 ho…
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