Family and Medical Leave Policy Guidelines

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This HR policy provides a brief description of leave types available to eligible employees. This is not intended to be an inclusive summary of the benefit, but an overview. It explains how staff can successfully apply for a personal leave, for example, if they;

  • Understand and comply with their legal rights regarding time off and pay;
  • Make the request in person;
  • Give sufficient advance notice;
  • If possible, work with your boss to develop an agreeable plan;
  • Keep track of relevant paperwork.

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