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The Family Medical Leave Act

The Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a federal law that requires some employers to let their employees take time off from work to recover from an illness, care for an ill family member, or to attend to the birth or adoption of a child

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Question: I work as a contract RN on an Air Force base, for a company who is located out of Arizona. I am unsure how many employees work in a 75 mile radius from the Air Force Base. The company is telling me they do not and will not honor FMLA because of this. My job will not create a hardship on the company because all of the contract employees do different jobs here at the base. Am I entitled to know how many company employees are in the 75 mile radius? There are 117 contract employees at the AF base but work for various companies. Thank you
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Question: To qualify or FMLA must I work at the company AND have work at least 1250 hours in the last year? Or just one of the above and I qualify?
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Question: under serious family medical leave:which forms are requier?
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Question: Once I have provided complete and correct FMLA request, how long does my employer, State of Arizona have to notify me that my FMLA is approved?
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Question: My husband was fired from Amazon for missing a day for taking our youngest son to the hospital because our son was having a seizure. Does the FMLA cover this?
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