237 employees reported this benefit
Many family care leaves of absence are covered by the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Associates may be eligible to take up to 90 days of leave in a rolling 12 month-period to care for a family member with a serious health condition.
HR asks a LOT of personal questions, and depending on the diagnosis they'll repeatedly keep asking for documentation
Really good program but never use
I believe this is a thing, yes.
FMLA team very helpful if ever needed
They are one of the leaders in this
Have not used this but hear it is very fair
FLMA is standard. Could train HR and managers better on the rights under FLMA, depending on the division you work in they will ask for information that is protected under FLMA but managers still requiring you to provide and unless you tell them your rights, show them the law they will continue to require it.
If you are unable to work due to a serious health condition Up to 12 weeks
Yes they have FMLA
it was fine industry standard