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Leave Time Overview. Michelle K. Brackin. Four Topics . EPTO Family Medical Leave Personal Medical Leave Unpaid Leave of Absence. Emergency Paid Time Off. Employee’s illness Immediate Family Illness Employee’s parents Employee’s children Employee’s spouse or domestic partner

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Leave Time Overview

Michelle K. Brackin

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Four Topics

  • EPTO

  • Family Medical Leave

  • Personal Medical Leave

  • Unpaid Leave of Absence

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Emergency Paid Time Off

  • Employee’s illness

  • Immediate Family Illness

    • Employee’s parents

    • Employee’s children

    • Employee’s spouse or domestic partner

    • All corresponding in-laws, foster, and step relatives

    • Anyone living in the employees household

  • Personal Emergency

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    EPTO limits

    • Employees may earn up to 1040 hours

    • Only 40 hours of earned EPTO may be used in a fiscal year for family illness and /or personal emergency

    • All earned EPTO may be used for the employee’s illness

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    Family Medical Leave Act

    • FMLA is a federal law passed in 1993

    • Protection for employees who qualify

      • Must work for the employer one year

      • Must have worked 1250 hours in the past 12 months

      • Employer must have 50 or more employees

  • Qualifying Reasons

    • Serious Medical Condition

    • Employee’s parent, child, or spouse

    • Birth of a child

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    FMLA Defined

    • Serious Medical Condition

      • Incapacity plus treatment more than 3 consecutive days

      • Inpatient Hospitalization

      • Incapacity due to pregnancy

      • Chronic permanent or long term condition supervised by a health care provider i.e. epilepsy, Alzheimer, kidney failure

    • Parent

      • En Parentis Loco

  • Child

    • Minor children

    • Children 18 years of age or older and incapable of self-care because of a mental or physical disability

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    Family Medical Leave Protections

    • 12 weeks unpaid time

      • Use your 40 hours EPTO for family

      • Use all accrued time for your personal illness

      • Can be used intermittently as medically indicated

    • Return to an equivalent job

    • Continue to pay the employer’s portion of the health insurance

    • Can’t be penalized for using FMLA time off

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    Employee’s FMLA Responsibilities

    • Must give 30 days notice, or as much as is practicable

    • Must return the medical documentation within 15 days

    • Must provide medical updates whenever the last notice ends or when requested to do so

    • Must return on the date the medical provider indicates

    • Must keep any appointments that the employer requests with a second or third medical provider

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    Personal Medical Leave

    • Only for employee’s serious medical conditions

    • Those who do not qualify for a FMLA Leave

      • After the FMLA 12 weeks are exhausted

      • An employee with less than 1 year/1250 hours

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    Personal Medical Leave Protections

    • ASC will hold a job with the same benefits and rate of pay

    • You may use accrued time

    • Limit of seven months of leave including FMLA time

    • May not be taken intermittently

    • Continuation of insurance with the employee paying the full cost

      • $618.45 individual per month

      • $1321.88 family per month

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    NYS Disability and Workers’ Compensation

    • You may receive limited benefits under these two insurance programs when you are out on a leave for your own medical issues.

      • Waiting periods

      • Limited benefit (6 months DBL)

      • Use EPTO and get reimbursed

  • You are responsible to keep completing their medical forms and having your medical provider complete their forms.

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    Unpaid Leave of Absence

    • Not necessarily for medical issues

    • Unpaid and you may not use your accrued time

    • Minimum of 30 days to a max. of 6 months

    • At the discretion of the Executive Director

    • Not for FMLA, vacation, employment, or recreational purposes

    • Must be employed for 3 years

    • May not have another leave until the employee has worked another 3 years

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    Unpaid Leave of Absence Protection

    • Return to a position with the same benefits and rate of pay

    • Health insurance and benefits continued when the employee pays the full cost

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    Unpaid Leave of Absence Responsibilities

    • Written request with the start and end date

    • 10 days notice

    • You must return on the date specified

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    • ASC has offered several leave benefits to employees

    • Don’t wait to ask for information or leave paperwork

    • Complete the paperwork sent to you

    • Follow up with your medical providers about their required paperwork

    • Keep ASC informed about the need for leave beyond any previously documented dates

    • Return to work on the date your doctor states