U.S. Department of Labor Updated FMLA Forms (Finally)

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The Department of Labor has now updated its FMLA forms that expired, by their own terms, on May 31, 2018.  Because it was late, the DoL extended the viability of the old forms through June 2018 and then through August 2018.  Apart from the new expiration date on the forms, there does not appear to be any substantive change to the forms, which begs the question:  Why did it take so long?  In any event,

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New FMLA Poster Required by March 8, 2013

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In conjunction with the new FMLA regulations released earlier this month, the Department of Labor is requiring employers to use an updated FMLA poster to inform employees of their rights under the Act.  The new poster informs military service members, airline personnel, and families of their rights to leave.

The new poster is available on the DoL website and can be downloaded at no charge.  As mentioned in another post,

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