3rd Circuit Says Employers Must Allow Employees to Fix Certifications

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The Third Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that employers must advise employees of deficiencies in medical certifications and provide them with the opportunity to correct the deficiencies. Employers should be cautious while determining an employee’s qualifications for Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) leave based on the medical certification given to them.

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