In 1993, Congress passed and President Bill Clinton signed into law the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).
What does FAMLA stand for?
FAMLA stands for Family and Medical Leave Act
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- Foreign Affairs Management Information System
- Faculty Association of Mapua Institute of Technology (Philippines)
- FAMOOS Information Exchange Model
- Fédération Algérienne des Maisons de Jeunes (French: Algerian Federation of Youth Homes; Algeria)
- Familiarization Job Training
- Fédération des Arts Martiaux Khmers (French martial arts association)
- Faysal Asset Management Limited (est. 2003)
- Fédération des Amis de la Morale Laïque (French: Federation of Friends of Secular Morality; Belgium)
- Fisheries and Mariculture Laboratory (University of Texas)
- Foothills Asset Management Ltd. (Scottsdale, AZ)
- Freedom Alliance Military Leadership Academy (Dulles, VA)
- Fatherhood and Marriage Leadership Institute
- Fine Arts Museum of Long Island (Hempstead, NY)
- National Center for Family Literacy
- Facial Artery Musculo-Mucosal Flap
- Familes against Mandatory Minimums
- Fédération des Associations Mahoraises de Métropole (French: Metropolis of Mahorian Federation of Associations)
- Fédération des Associations Mycologiques Méditerranéennes (French: Mediterranean Mycological Federation of Associations)
- Festival d'Albières des Musiques du Monde (French music festival)
- Financial and Accounting Methods Manual
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If an employer has 50 or more employees, the Federal Family and Medical Leave Act and California Family Rights Act provide a leave of up to 12 weeks per year for reasons similar to paid family leave.
She is regional coordinator for the Family and Medical Leave Act of the U.
Signed into law earlier this year, the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA) entitles eligible employees, both men and women, to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave for: 1) the birth of a child; 2) placement of a child for adoption or foster care; 3) care of a child, spouse, or parent who has a serious health condition; and 4) the employee's own serious health condition.
The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 takes effect on August 5, 1993.
On February 5, President Clinton signed the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993, proclaiming that "now millions of our people will no longer have to choose between their jobs and their families.
Wisconsin has revised its Family and Medical Leave Act notice to include a requirement that employees be allowed to substitute paid or unpaid leave for certain types of family and medical care.
In addition to an employee's entitlement to sick and medical leave created by applicable laws and agency policies, employees also may be entitled to extended leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).