“While experts had long recommended that employers designate all qualifying leave as FMLA leave, some chose to leave the decision up to workers, who sometimes wanted to save their job protection for future use. DOL made clear in March that neither employees nor employers have that power, and that all qualifying leave — even when an employee is using employer-provided paid time off — must be designated as FMLA leave.”
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