Are All Employees Eligible for FMLA?

No, in order to be eligible for FMLA, employees must meet all of the following conditions:

Federal FMLA:

Worked for Ozaukee County at least 12 months.

Have worked at least 1,250 hours during the
twelve month prior to the start of FMLA.

Worked at a location which has at least 50
employees within the 75 miles of the employees worksite.

State FMLA:

An employee is eligible for State FMLA once they
have worked for Ozaukee County more than 52 consecutive weeks

Have worked at least 1,000 hours during that 52 week period.


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1. Are All Employees Eligible for FMLA?
2. How Do I Request an FMLA Leave?
3. What is FMLA?
4. Do I Need To Provide A Fitness-For-Duty Certification Before I Can Return to Work?
5. How Do I Request and FMLA Leave?
6. How Much Time Can I Take?
7. How Will My Benefits Be Affected During My FMLA Leave?
8. If I Am Approved For An Intermittent FMLA, What Is Expected Of Me?
9. If I Am Out On Time Loss For A Workers Compensation Claim, How Does That Work With FMLA?
10. What is Considered a Serious Health Condition Under FMLA?
11. What Types of Leaves Are Covered Under FMLA?
12. Who Should I Inform About The Changes During My Leave and My Plan To Return To Work?
13. Who Will Complete My Timesheet While I Am On Leave?
14. Will I Accrue Vacation and Sick Time While I Am On Sick Leave?
15. What Is Intermittent Leave?