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FMLA – HR104E (16 mins)
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In order to qualify for a Family and Medical Leave what is the minimum number of hours an employee must have logged during the past 12 months.
1,250 hours of work
125 hours of work
600 hours of work
Generally, a covered employer under the Family and Medical Leave Act includes ALL of the following EXCEPT?
Private employers with at least 50 employees
Public agencies, including local, state and federal employers and all local public schools
Private employers with fewer than 50 employees
Employees who work for a covered employer do not need to meet the following additional criteria in order to be eligible to take FMLA leave.
Must have worked for the employer for at least 12 months
Must have worked for the employer for at least 12 consecutive months
Must have worked for the employer with at least 50 employees within 75 miles of the worksite
Employees who work for a FMLA-covered employer are eligible to take up to ____ weeks of FMLA leave in any 12-month period.
Eligible employees must take all of their FMLA leave at the same time.
The eligible employee is only able to take FMLA leave for their own medical care.
Which one of the following absence for health care is not covered by FMLA leave?
Conditions requiring an overnight stay in a hospital or other medical care facility
Regular annual medical checkups
Incapacity due to morning sickness and medically required bed rest due to pregnancy
An employee has ____ calendar days to provide the employer with medical certification required to support a FMLA leave request.
The employer is required to provide written notification, within five business days, to an employee requesting FMLA leave whether they are eligible for the leave or if ineligible, at least one reason why the leave is denied.
The FMLA mandates the employee can take up to 12-unpaid work weeks of leave in a 12-month period, for any qualifying exigency arising out of the fact that the employee’s spouse, son, daughter or parent is a covered military member on active duty.