FMLA Basic Information
- FMLA provides up to 12 weeks of leave without pay, but with the employee's job being protected.
- FMLA applies if the employee has worked at least 1250 hours in the past 12 months.
- Alaska Family Leave Act (AFLA) provides up to 18 weeks of leave with or without pay, with the employee's job being protected. You may be eligible for AFLA, even if you are not for FMLA.
- FMLA can be used to care for minors under the age of 18 in your home for whom you are the primary caregiver, including pregnancy leave.
- Intermittent FMLA is an option for a chronic condition, where the employee takes leave as needed.
Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Birth and Adoption Checklist - Use this checklist to make sure you are meeting all your requirements for FMLA and adding your child to your health care coverage. Remember, you must add your child to your healthcare within 30 days of birth or adoption.
- Employee Guide Regarding FMLA
Employees may find this guide helpful for an upcoming leave for medical reasons.
- Fitness For Duty (FFD)If the employee has been on leave due to their own serious illness of injury, the Fitness for Duty form must be completed by a medical provider and submitted to Human Resources PRIOR to being restored to employment. updated 7-18-19
- FMLA FAQs
- FMLA/AFLA/Childcare Leave Verification Form - This form will be initiated by Human Resources.
- FMLA & AFLA Rights and Responsibilities FNSBSD
This document explains the School District's and employee's rights and responsibilities under FMLA and AFLA.
- Physician Certification Form for FMLA- Employee
This form should be completed and returned to Human Resources if you are requiring leave for yourself due to a serious injury or health condition.
- Physician Certification Form for FMLA - Family Member
This form should be completed and returned to Human Resources if you are requiring leave for yourself due to a family member's serious injury or health condition (has to be a qualified family member).
Last Modified on August 19, 2019