Earlier this afternoon, President Obama signed the National Defense Authorization Act of 2010. By doing so, he approved of several changes to the FMLA . But before you rip up your existing FMLA policies, the provisions relate to the military-related leaves under the Act. (H/T Ohio Employer’s Law Blog) The changes as a whole
Late last week, the Connecticut House approved Senate Bill 710 (S.B. 710) which makes some important changes to the state FMLA law to bring it more in line with the federal family and medical leave act rules as they relate to military caregiver leaves of absences.