Exhausted FMLA leave (as in no more, not tired)

Do you guys get the Texas Business Report from our partners at the Texas Association of Business? It’s a great newsletter—especially for those readers in Texas. But I am especially fond of its mostly federally applicable “Workforce Q&A” column—probably for the same reasons I’m always trolling through Yahoo! Answers for help.

Anyway, a recent Workforce Q&A answered a reader question regarding FMLA, and since FMLA is ATR right now (all the rage—geez, haven’t we been over this?), I wanted to share. Click here to see if you can fire an employee who has exhausted FMLA leave but hasn’t returned to work (and also a whole bunch more helpful questions (and their answers, obvi)).


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