Knowledgebase/FAQ : FMLA - Family Medical Leave
Your absence will be designated as FMLA for the following: Birth of a child and care or bonding after such birth; placement in your home of a child for adoption or foster care; serious health condition of employee or serious health condition of spouse,...
Employees are eligible if they have worked a period of 12 months and 1250 hours with their employer during the year preceding the start of the leave. Employees are entitled up to twelve (12) weeks of unpaid job protected leave.
Employees are eligible if they have worked a period of 12 months and 1250 hours with their employer during the year preceding the start of the leave. Employees are entitled up to twelve (12) weeks of unpaid job protected leave.
PARKING PERMIT INFORMATION: If you use payroll deduction to pay for your parking permit, the monthly deduction from your paycheck will continue during your leave, unless you return your permit to the Business Auxiliary Services Parking office prior to ...
Please contact Human Resources Leave Administration: Office: (210) 458-4031 Fax:(210) 458-4644 Email: LeaveAdmin@utsa.edu [1] Links: ------ [1] mailto:LeaveAdmin@utsa.edu
If you are a participant in the "UT Flex Dependent Care Reimbursement Account", the following are not eligible expenses, according to IRS Publication 503: * Payments for care while you are off work because you are on a leave of absence * Payment...
The FMLA provides an employee the ability to take leave in increments of days / weeks / months. You will be required to furnish a statement from your physician or that of your relative for any intermittent leave requirements.
In addition to denying reinstatement in certain circumstances to "key" employees, employers are not required to continue FMLA benefits or reinstate employees who would have been laid off or otherwise had their employment terminated had they continued t...
If you are out longer than twelve weeks, and the department determines that due to the business needs of the department they can no longer hold your position open, they may fill the position. You will be contacted prior to the end of your FMLA entitlem...
Your job will be protected for up to twelve (12) weeks during a twelve-month period. When an employee is ready to return to work after taking FMLA or Parental Leave (under the Parental Leave Act), the employee is entitled restoration to the same positi...
The Parental Leave Act is state legislation, which provides employees with up to twelve (12) weeks of unpaid job protected leave only for the following: bonding with a newborn, adopted or foster child under the age of three. There is no service require...
If you do not meet the eligibility requirements for FMLA, you will have to request a Leave of Absence from your department head. A Leave of Absence request will be considered on a case-by -case basis, with consideration given to the business needs of t...
For purposes of an injury or illness you and your spouse are entitled up to twelve (12) weeks each of unpaid job protected leave. For purposes of parental bonding with a newborn, adopted or foster child, you and you spouse are entitled to a combined...
You can take up to twelve (12) weeks in a twelve-month period. The twelve-month period begins the first time you take FMLA leave. For purposes of parental bonding, the leave must be completed within 12 months of the birth of a newborn, adoption or plac...
If an employee is absent for three or more days, or is anticipating an absence for three or more days due to THEIR illness or injury,(including pregnancy), or the illnes of a qualified family member, they and the department should contact Human Resourc...
Generally an employee must provide 30 days advance notice when possible to the department of the need to take leave, or as soon as possible. Employees must provide a Physicians Statement [1]of their medical status or that of their qualified family memb...
Yes. The State of Texas Government code 661.912, Family and Medical Leave Act, "the employee MUST first use all available and applicable paid vacation and sick leave WHILE taking leave under this section, except that an employee who is receiving tempor...
The FMLA not only provides for job protection, but also provides that an employee's premium sharing benefits will continue while the employee is on FMLA. Call 458-4258 for additional benefits questions.