Top 5 ways to prevent intermittent FMLA abuse

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Why is intermittent FMLA such a challenge for HR? Because even under the most ideal circumstances, this type of leave is difficult to accurately administer.

In fact, more than one-third (35%) of employers said “tracking intermittent FMLA leave” as either “difficult” or “extremely difficult,” according to a recent SHRM study.

Because intermittent leave administration is such a daunting task, employers need to take advantage of every tool they have at their disposal.

To that end, Teresa Burke Wright, a an employment attorney with Jackson Lewis LLP, offers the following checklist of intermittent FMLA best practices:

1. “Dock” pay when

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