Complying with FMLA during layoffs

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By Kathleen Koster
April 30, 2009

Layoffs are becoming more common, sometimes occurring when some employees are out on leave designated by the Family and Medical Leave Act. Employers, however, have an obligation to ensure that employees being laid off while of FMLA leave are not being let go simply because they are on leave, says one labor expert.

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