Survey Shows Trends in FMLA Usage

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The ERC/CareWorks FMLA Practices Survey shows trends in FMLA usage. The majority of employers (71%) cite that between 1 and 10% of employees took FMLA in the last 12 months. Ninety percent of organizations reported that 20% or fewer employees took FMLA in the last 12 months.

The most common reasons in which employees take FMLA are due to pregnancy/maternity leave or an acute/chronic serious health condition. Fewer employees take FMLA to care for a family member or deal with a catastrophic event.

The survey also indicates that few FMLA claims are typically denied by employers. Sixty-nine percent of employers report that they did not deny any claims in the last 12 months and only 26% say they denied fewer than 10% of claims.

To download the full results of the survey, please click here and for a short summary of the results, please click here. Or, to learn more about CareWorks and the services they can provide for ERC members as a Preferred Partner, please click here.

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