FMLA: Help clients reach a coordinated absence management strategy

FMLA is a 'must do' for your clients, so it's a 'must know' for you as a broker and adviser.

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By David Mohl
October 1, 2011

Most advisers know the basics of FMLA. The Family and Medical Leave Act is the federal law that requires employers to provide employees with a job-protected, unpaid leave of absence from work for a variety of family reasons, including military leave or their own medical-related needs. FMLA strictly regulates the process that employers must follow to comply with the law.

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