Family and Medical Leave Act.

Friday, October 24, 2008
Family and Medical Leave Act. The FMLA requires that employers preserve those records which are required in conjunction with the Fair Labor Standards Act and its accompanying regulations:
Basic payroll and employee data including name, address of employee, compensation rate, deductions from compensation, dates of FMLA leave, documents describing the employer's policies and practices concerning paid and unpaid leaves, and records of any disputes with employees concerning FMLA leave. Records to be retained for three years.
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