Monday, December 20, 2010
What is the purpose of the FMLA?
The FMLA, or the family and medical leave act is a law at work, adopted in 1993 and is monitored by the U.S. Department of labor. It lays down the minimum standards for employee leave. EffectsUnder FMLA, employees are working in large company defined by the law as companies with more than 50 employees, obligations.BenefitsThe 12 weeks are suitable for up to 12 weeks leave of 12 months for medical reasons or family leave cover situations such as birth, an adopted child care, neonatal care, care for a sick spouse or relative leave and medical due to staff until the proclamation of the FMLA, employers had illness.SignificanceUp to create the opportunity, leave time their own disease and birth. Pass the FMLA was a step to ensure the safety and well-being of workers employers compromising your physical or mental health by allowing by you inadequate exit.