Topic: Fmla
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December 3rd, 2013, 06:55 PM
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I believe you need to give a minimum of 30 days notice for FMLA, and they are legally required to hold an equivalent position for you (if not your exact job, then something with the same pay and position in the organization).

I also read somewhere that you can split up FMLA- you don't have to take it all at once, it's just a max of 12 weeks in one calendar year- AND you can extend it into part time work. Say you took 8 weeks off, instead of an additional 4 weeks full time off, you could do 8 weeks part-time.
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