June 2015 Archives

When employers violate employees' FMLA rights

Last week on the blog we discussed how your insurance coverage can be protected when taking leave under the Family Medical Leave Act. This can be a real lifesaver for many, and at least provide peace of mind to others. Yet, just because the law provides certain protections does not mean that employers will adhere to them.

Can I keep my insurance if take leave under FMLA?

The Family Medical Leave Act provides employees with several protections while allowing them to take unpaid leave for certain family situations. Employees may be allowed to take leave for the birth of a child, adoption, or to care for an ailing relative. However, if you are about to take leave under FMLA, you may be concerned about how it will affect your benefits, particularly your insurance coverage. So, how does taking leave affect insurance coverage?

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