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Charlotte Attorneys Helping You Understand Your Rights Under The FMLA

It may not always be convenient, especially for employers, but under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), companies who employ more than 50 people are required to provide unpaid leave to employees seeking time off to care for themselves or their family. For help making sense of your rights and responsibilities under FMLA, it is in your best interests to speak to an experienced employment lawyer.

At Maloney Law & Associates, PLLC, in Charlotte, we have extensive experience helping employees and employers resolve their FMLA issues and protect their rights. We know what it takes to achieve results for our clients and will aggressively pursue the justice you deserve.

For legal solutions that meet your needs and make sense for you, call 704-323-8961 or toll free at 888-321-1955. We look forward to helping you assert your rights.

What Are The Rules For FMLA?

The rules are simple. If you need to leave your job to take care of yourself or a family member, employers are required to provide you with unpaid leave and reserve your position or a comparable position until your return. Employers are not allowed to create a hostile environment to discourage you from taking leave or retaliate against you in any way.

For employers, we provide sound legal counsel, helping them stay in compliance with the rules and regulations of FMLA. It is important to make sure you are addressing the rights of your employees as you look to balance their needs with those of your business.

If you are an employee, you can trust us to protect your rights when taking off time for pregnancy or other family needs without fearing discrimination or wrongful termination as a result of your leave.

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If you are unsure of your rights under the FMLA, contact us today to discuss your situation with an experienced attorney.