Employee Safety, Health, and Welfare Law Paper
MGMT 434 Employment Law
December 19, 2007
Employee Safety, Health, and Welfare Law
The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) for eligible employees and is obligated by federal law to do so when the situation warrants. The policy contains specific information on how this leave is to be applied for the employer and employees.
The employer has the responsibility to notify employees about their right to Family and Medical Act (FMLA).
The employer has a requirement to place a notice for all employees about the basic provisions of FMLA. The employer receives a $100 civil penalty for each offense failing to place the notice. Employers are forbidden from discriminating against employees who obtain the FMLA leave.
The FMLA supply certain employees with up to 12 weeks of unsettled paid, job confined leave for each year. The FMLA insist that the employee group health benefits to be continue during the leave.
The FMLA is intended to assist employee stability his or her family and work responsibilities by allowing the employee to take logical unsettled paid leave for specified medical and family reasons. The FMLA looks to contain the lawful safety of employers and support the equal employment opportunity for women and men.
The FMLA is applied to all public agencies, public and private elementary schools and secondary, and companies with 50 or more employees. These employers have to grant a qualified employee with up to 12 weeks of unsettled leave each year for the following reasons:
The employee birth and care of a newborn child, and the care a child of an employee with an adoption or foster.
Immediate care for a family member, this includes a child, spouse or someone with a critical health conditions.
Receive medical leave when the employee is not capable to work, because of a critical health condition.
Employees are entitled for leave if they have worked for...