Saying that intermittent FMLA leave is a tricky area for HR pros is an understatement.
A man sued his ex-employer after he was terminated for missing work to pick up a prescription and referral paperwork. He claimed the errands should count as part of his intermittent FMLA leave. Did he win?
Pay reductions, exempt v. non-exempt employees, independent contractors — all those issues have created a legal minefield for employers. And more people are waiting for you to take one wrong step.
A recent court case tackles a question many employers face when workers come back from intermittent leave:
A recent court case brings good news for employers trying to keep intermittent FMLA under control.