The very loose answer is that it is a near emergency situation where the employee is entitled to FMLA time-off.  But the folks at the JacksonLewis law firm have put together a more complete answer that is worth sharing with employees and union reps.  Check out “What Am I Doing Wrong?? Common FMLA Mistakes,” edition 23. It never hurts to know more about your rights on the job.

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