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Can You Make Someone Who Only Wants Intermittent FMLA Take Continuous Leave Instead?

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I’ll wait patiently while you grab your pearls for clutching.

We know that the Family and Medical Leave Act permits eligible employees to take up to 12 weeks of covered leave in a 12-month period. That leave can be taken in a continuous block. Or, it can be taken in your favorite form: intermittent.

Intermittent leave involves taking leave in separate blocks of time for a single qualifying reason. (Technically, employees can also use FMLA on a reduced leave schedule by reducing the employee’s usual weekly or daily work…

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