Family care and medical leave definition

Family care and medical leave means any of the following:
Family care and medical leave mean either:
Family care and medical leave means either (a) leave for reason of the birth of a child of the employee, the placement of a child with an employee in connection with the adoption of the child or foster care of the child by the employee, or the serious health condition of a child of the employee; (b) leave to care for a parent or spouse who has a serious health condition; or (c) leave because of serious health condition that makes the employee unable to perform the functions of the position of that employee, except for leave taken for disability on account of pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions. An unpaid family care and medical leave for the birth, adoption, or placement of a child must commence within one (1) year of the qualifying event.

Examples of Family care and medical leave in a sentence

  • Family care and medical leave requested pursuant to this Subsection shall not be deemed to have been granted unless the employer provides the employee, upon granting the leave request, a guarantee of employment in the same or a comparable position upon the termination of the leave.


More Definitions of Family care and medical leave

Family care and medical leave means either: (a) leave for reason of the birth of a child of the employee, the placement of a child with an employee in connection with the adoption of the child or foster care of a child by the employee, or the serious illness of a child of the employee;
Family care and medical leave means either:
Family care and medical leave. ’ means any of the
Family care and medical leave means leave taken for: (1) the birth of a bargaining unit employee’s child, and care for the child during the first twelve (12) months after the birth of the child;
Family care and medical leave means leave taken for: (1) the birth of a bargaining unit employee's child, and care for the child during the first twelve (12) months after the birth of the child; (2) the adoption or placement of a foster child during the first twelve(12) months after adoption or placement of the child; (3) the care of a seriously ill spouse, parent, or child under age 18, or older and incapable of self-care because of mental or physical disability; or (4) a serious health condition of the employee rendering him/her unable to perform job duties.

Related to Family care and medical leave

  • Family and Medical Leave means a leave of absence for the birth, adoption or foster care of a child, or for the care of your child, spouse or parent or for your own serious health condition as those terms are defined by the Federal Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA) and any amendments, or by applicable state law.

  • Uniformed services means the armed forces, the army national guard, and the air national guard of any state, territory, commonwealth, possession, or district when engaged in active duty for training, inactive duty training, full-time national guard duty, or state active duty, the commissioned corps of the public health service, the coast guard, and any other category of persons designated by the President of the United States in time of war or national emergency.

  • Family child care home means a private home in which 1 but fewer than 7 minor children are received for care and supervision for compensation for periods of less than 24 hours a day, unattended by a parent or legal guardian, except children related to an adult member of the household by blood, marriage, or adoption. Family child care home includes a home in which care is given to an unrelated minor child for more than 4 weeks during a calendar year. A family child care home does not include an individual providing babysitting services for another individual. As used in this subparagraph, "providing babysitting services" means caring for a child on behalf of the child's parent or guardian if the annual compensation for providing those services does not equal or exceed $600.00 or an amount that would according to the internal revenue code of 1986 obligate the child's parent or guardian to provide a form 1099-MISC to the individual for compensation paid during the calendar year for those services.

  • Licensed health care professional means a person who possesses a professional medical license that is valid in Oregon. Examples include, but are not limited to, a registered nurse (RN), nurse practitioner (NP), licensed practical nurse (LPN), medical doctor (MD), osteopathic physician (DO), respiratory therapist (RT), physical therapist (PT), physician assistant (PA), or occupational therapist (OT).

  • Primary care physician or “PCP” means a Plan Provider who has an independent contractor agreement with HPN to assume responsibility for arranging and coordinating the delivery of Covered Services to Members. A Primary Care Physician’s agreement with HPN may terminate. In the event that a Member’s Primary Care Physician’s agreement terminates, the Member will be required to select another Primary Care Physician.

  • Home Health Care means the continual care and treatment of an individual if:

  • Health practitioner means a registered health practitioner registered or licensed as a health practitioner under an appropriate law of the State of Tasmania.

  • Emergency Medical Technician (EMT means: an individual licensed with cognitive knowledge and a scope of practice that corresponds to that level in the National EMS Education Standards and National EMS Scope of Practice Model.

  • Health care professional means a physician or other health care practitioner licensed, accredited or certified to perform specified health care services consistent with state law.