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Title 29Subtitle BChapter VSubchapter CPart 825


TITLE 29—Labor

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO LABOR (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER V—WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

SUBCHAPTER C—OTHER LAWS

PART 825—THE FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE ACT OF 1993

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Subpart A—COVERAGE UNDER THE FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE ACT

§825.100
The Family and Medical Leave Act.
§825.101
Purpose of the Act.
§825.102
Definitions.
§825.103
[Reserved]
§825.104
Covered employer.
§825.105
Counting employees for determining coverage.
§825.106
Joint employer coverage.
§825.107
Successor in interest coverage.
§825.108
Public agency coverage.
§825.109
Federal agency coverage.
§825.110
Eligible employee.
§825.111
Determining whether 50 employees are employed within 75 miles.
§825.112
Qualifying reasons for leave, general rule.
§825.113
Serious health condition.
§825.114
Inpatient care.
§825.115
Continuing treatment.
§§825.116-825.118
[Reserved]
§825.119
Leave for treatment of substance abuse.
§825.120
Leave for pregnancy or birth.
§825.121
Leave for adoption or foster care.
§825.122
Definitions of covered servicemember, spouse, parent, son or daughter, next of kin of a covered servicemember, adoption, foster care, son or daughter on covered active duty or call to covered active duty status, son or daughter of a covered servicemember, and parent of a covered servicemember.
§825.123
Unable to perform the functions of the position.
§825.124
Needed to care for a family member or covered servicemember.
§825.125
Definition of health care provider.
§825.126
Leave because of a qualifying exigency.
§825.127
Leave to care for a covered servicemember with a serious injury or illness (military caregiver leave).
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Subpart B—EMPLOYEE LEAVE ENTITLEMENTS UNDER THE FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE ACT

§825.200
Amount of leave.
§825.201
Leave to care for a parent.
§825.202
Intermittent leave or reduced leave schedule.
§825.203
Scheduling of intermittent or reduced schedule leave.
§825.204
Transfer of an employee to an alternative position during intermittent leave or reduced schedule leave.
§825.205
Increments of FMLA leave for intermittent or reduced schedule leave.
§825.206
Interaction with the FLSA.
§825.207
Substitution of paid leave.
§825.208
[Reserved]
§825.209
Maintenance of employee benefits.
§825.210
Employee payment of group health benefit premiums.
§825.211
Maintenance of benefits under multi-employer health plans.
§825.212
Employee failure to pay health plan premium payments.
§825.213
Employer recovery of benefit costs.
§825.214
Employee right to reinstatement.
§825.215
Equivalent position.
§825.216
Limitations on an employee's right to reinstatement.
§825.217
Key employee, general rule.
§825.218
Substantial and grievous economic injury.
§825.219
Rights of a key employee.
§825.220
Protection for employees who request leave or otherwise assert FMLA rights.
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Subpart C—EMPLOYEE AND EMPLOYER RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS UNDER THE ACT

§825.300
Employer notice requirements.
§825.301
Designation of FMLA leave.
§825.302
Employee notice requirements for foreseeable FMLA leave.
§825.303
Employee notice requirements for unforeseeable FMLA leave.
§825.304
Employee failure to provide notice.
§825.305
Certification, general rule.
§825.306
Content of medical certification for leave taken because of an employee's own serious health condition or the serious health condition of a family member.
§825.307
Authentication and clarification of medical certification for leave taken because of an employee's own serious health condition or the serious health condition of a family member; second and third opinions.
§825.308
Recertifications for leave taken because of an employee's own serious health condition or the serious health condition of a family member.
§825.309
Certification for leave taken because of a qualifying exigency.
§825.310
Certification for leave taken to care for a covered servicemember (military caregiver leave).
§825.311
Intent to return to work.
§825.312
Fitness-for-duty certification.
§825.313
Failure to provide certification.
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Subpart D—ENFORCEMENT MECHANISMS

§825.400
Enforcement, general rules.
§825.401
Filing a complaint with the Federal Government.
§825.402
Violations of the posting requirement.
§825.403
Appealing the assessment of a penalty for willful violation of the posting requirement.
§825.404
Consequences for an employer when not paying the penalty assessment after a final order is issued.
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Subpart E—RECORDKEEPING REQUIREMENTS

§825.500
Recordkeeping requirements.
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Subpart F—SPECIAL RULES APPLICABLE TO EMPLOYEES OF SCHOOLS

§825.600
Special rules for school employees, definitions.
§825.601
Special rules for school employees, limitations on intermittent leave.
§825.602
Special rules for school employees, limitations on leave near the end of an academic term.
§825.603
Special rules for school employees, duration of FMLA leave.
§825.604
Special rules for school employees, restoration to an equivalent position.
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Subpart G—EFFECT OF OTHER LAWS, EMPLOYER PRACTICES, AND COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS ON EMPLOYEE RIGHTS UNDER FMLA

§825.700
Interaction with employer's policies.
§825.701
Interaction with State laws.
§825.702
Interaction with Federal and State anti-discrimination laws.
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Subpart H—SPECIAL RULES APPLICABLE TO AIRLINE FLIGHT CREW EMPLOYEES

§825.800
Special rules for airline flight crew employees, general.
§825.801
Special rules for airline flight crew employees, hours of service requirement.
§825.802
Special rules for airline flight crew employees, calculation of leave.
§825.803
Special rules for airline flight crew employees, recordkeeping requirements.


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