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FMLA Frequently Asked Questions
8 Strategies for Preventing FMLA Abuse
FMLA- Special Rules that Apply to Employees of Schools (Subpart F)
FMLA Step by Step Procedures
**Key Elements of FMLA**
**FMLA Recordkeeping Requirements**
FMLA vs. VPFL (Vermont Parental & Family Leave) Summary
Initial form to be given to an employee who has requested FMLA leave; who is in a situation that you think might qualify as FMLA leave; notifying them of their eligibility or ineligibility.
To be completed by employee's medical provider for employee's own serious health condition.
To be completed by medical provider to document a family member's serious health condition.
To be completed and given to employee once supporting documentation is received and reviewed by HR and the qualifying reason for leave is validated.
To be given to an employee asking for FMLA for a family member's deployment.
FMLA- Certification of Serious Injury or Illness of Covered Service Member for Military Family Member (Form WH-385)
To be given to an employee requesting leave for the illness or serious injury of a family member who is a member of the military.
FMLA- Certification of Serious Injury or Illness of a Veteran for Military Caregiver Leave (Form WH-385V)
To be given to an employee requesting leave for the illness or serious injury of a family member for which they care for who is a veteran.