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What are an employer’s posting and general notice requirements under Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)?

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Answered by Rachel Green
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Employer’s posting and general notice requirements

Employers must post a general notice explaining the FMLA's provisions and providing information regarding procedures for filing a claim under the Act in a conspicuous place where it can be seen by employees and applicants. This posted notice includes additional information regarding the definition of a serious health condition, the new military family leave entitlements, and employer and employee responsibilities. Employers must also include the information in this general notice in any employee handbook or other written policies or manuals describing employee benefits and leave provisions. An employer without a handbook or written guidance is required to provide this general notice to new employees upon hiring. 
 
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