What is a FMLA Serious Health Condition?

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In this free webinar, we'll take a deeper dive into the key fundamentals of FMLA as well as define what qualifies as an FMLA serious health condition.

An FMLA serious health condition refers to:

  • An illness injury impairment
  • A physical or mental condition that involves either inpatient care
  • A physical or mental condition that involves continued treatment by a healthcare provider

An employer must complete a detailed analysis every time employees request leave for a serious health condition to determine whether the condition qualifies, as not every illness or injury will qualify.

Disclaimer: This is informational only. The content does not replace legal advice and is not meant to replace legal counsel.

View the FMLA Serious Health Condition Webinar

This webinar takes a deeper dive into the key fundamentals of FMLA and helps you understand what is considered to be a serious health condition under FMLA.

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