If you represent members in FMLA matters, check out the America Bar Association’s latest overview of FMLA legal developments.  It is free, very thorough, and likely leave to you with a deeper understanding of arguments to raise on behalf of your co-workers.  The most relevant to the work most union reps do will be Chapter 6.V.,  dealing with what is required in a medical certification, and Chapter 10’s review of what constitutes FMLA Interference, Discrimination and Retaliation.

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