What is FMLA?
FMLA is a federal law that allows employees to balance their work and family life by taking reasonable unpaid leave for certain family and medical reasons. Eligible employees may take up to 12 work weeks of leave in a 12-month period.

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1. What is FMLA?
2. When can I take FMLA leave?
3. Are all employee eligible for FMLA?
4. If I have sick leave accruals, do I still need to complete an FMLA Leave Request form?
5. How do I request an FMLA leave?
6. Do I need to provide a Medical Certification to support my FMLA leave request?
7. Do I need to provide medical recertifications?
8. Who should I inform about changes during my leave and my plan to return to work?
9. Am I responsible for completing timesheets during my FMLA leave?
10. Do I need to use a different timesheet when I'm on FMLA leave?
11. Must I use accruals during my FMLA leave?
12. How will my benefits be affected during my FMLA leave?
13. If I am out on time loss for a workers' compensation claim, how does that work with FMLA?
14. Is my retirement affected by FMLA leave?
15. Will I qualify for any short-term disability benefits?
16. Do I need to provide a fitness-for-duty certification before I can return to work?
17. What assistance is available to me and/or my family during a health crisis affecting me or a loved one?
18. Do I need to provide an FMLA Medical Certification to qualify my FMLA leave request?
19. How much sick leave can I use for my FMLA paternity leave?
20. How do I add my newborn baby to my benefit plans?