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Congress enacted the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) in 1993 to allow employees the time to balance their career requirements and to attend to their own serious health issues. What impact does the recent Supreme Court ruling on DOMA have on FMLA?
In a follow up to a previous article, the author offers detail on what happens in a situation in which an EEO complaint is filed regarding a promotion in which multiple people are contending for the position. What happens if one of the people passed over for the promotion files a complaint and wins – do the others who didn’t get the promotion get notified of the award?