Reasons for Leave -
Based on your selection of "other," it appears the reason for leave would not qualify under the FMLA.
The FMLA entitles eligible employees of covered employers to:
If an employee uses paid leave under circumstances that do not qualify as FMLA leave, the leave will not count against the total FMLA leave to which the employee is entitled.
Note: The definition of son or daughter includes individuals for whom the employee stood or is standing “in loco parentis”. The definition of parent includes individuals who stood “in loco parentis” to the employee. Please use the links above to learn more about these FMLA definitions.
Return to Reasons for Leave or the Main Menu to learn more about the FMLA and the rights and responsibilities of covered employers and eligible employees.
You may contact your nearest Wage and Hour Division office if you have additional questions about qualifying reasons for leave under the FMLA.
For more information on this aspect of the FMLA, see the FMLA regulations: § 825.112
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