6th Circuit: Failure to Provide FMLA Notice is Interference

John GarnerCompliance, Resources

The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals has found that failing to provide a notice required under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) constitutes interference with FMLA rights. The employer failed to provide an FMLA designation notice explaining that the employee’s reinstatement would be contingent on providing a fitness-for-duty certification.

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