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Updated Q&As on COVID-19 and FMLA

Q&A FMLA

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The Department of Labor (DOL) has updated its “COVID-19 and the Family and Medical Leave Act Questions and Answers” webpage. It has been reoriented to be geared towards employees (rather than employers) and adds additional information about employee leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA).

The Q&A revisions also:

  • Affirm the employer’s ability to request a physician’s note to certify the need for FMLA;
  • Alert readers to state or federal leave requirements that may apply even if FMLA does not;
  • Update language explaining how telemedicine visits can establish a serious health condition under FMLA.

The questions also expand the discussion of nondiscrimination laws employers must avoid during layoffs.

Download the bulletin to see the DOL’s Q&As.

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Brock Buckellew

Brock Buckellew

Brock Buckellew believes in giving back to his community. He volunteers at several charities as well as serving his local clients with their employee benefit needs. Brock enjoys providing resources and solutions as well as establishing long lasting relationships. As Account Manager for National Insurance Services, Brock works with schools, cities, and counties in Minnesota on their health insurance, wellness plans, benefit communication, and retirement incentives. Brock has a background in employee benefit consulting and is a licensed insurance agent.