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Managing FMLA Leave for Health Emergencies

In previous articles, we have covered Managing Workers with serious Health conditions and managing workers who have become incapacitated.

Here, we’ll focus on managing workers who are suffering from other types of Health Emergencies.

Topics include

  • Childbirth and adoption
  • Leave to care for a family member, and
  • Medical necessity

Childbirth and adoption

Giving birth and/or adopting a child are technically a separate qualifying reason for leave. In other words, they are not considered serious health conditions even though the pregnancy itself is considered a type of serious health condition.

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