December 11, 2019

Lying Can Make You Ineligible for FMLA Medical Leave

“FMLA is meant for employees to use when they, or a close family member, are suffering from any type of medical illness or condition.

This is typically used if someone has cancer, just had a baby or just about anything else that a person can have.

Even if you do not want to expose your illness to your company, you must not lie about what you are going through.

If you choose to lie about your situation, it may cost you your job and you won’t be able to get the benefits that you should be able to take advantage of.

Your company will have some sort of privacy policy that they must adhere to, so you will not have to worry about your entire company finding out about what is going on with you in your personal life.”

HR Morning

Employee Rights and Responsibilites Reguarding FMLA

Comments

  1. Timothy Lachance says:

    My sister is dying with hospice care 3 days a week and I am 1200 miles away I need to be there without the extra stress of losing job after 26 years to be with very much loved one

  2. Latonya Hilliard says:

    who to contact if you know of someone committing fraud?

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