A number of unions have one person designated to help members who encounter problems getting their Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) rights respected. Those representatives need all the help they can get to deal with the often complex situations members face.  Perhaps the best sources for expanding one’s understanding of what FMLA rights employees have is to stay up on the latest court developments.  The American Bar Association makes that easy to do by annually publishing an update on FMLA judicial developments.  They organize and summarize the court ruling so that even we non-lawyers can benefit from this.  You can find the latest update by clicking here.

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