Molly's daughter has food allergies which are sometimes so serious she has to stay home with her and which require frequent doctor's office visits.
After requesting the time off using the Request for Leave form and providing the medical certification required, Molly learns from OHR that her daughter's allergies qualify as a serious health condition and she is entitled to use FMLA and OFLA. (See questions 6, 15, and 21 - 25.) Molly will need to inform her supervisor when she is taking leave intermittently for this reason and complete the FMLA and/or OFLA time sheets accurately to track the authorized leave. This time off may qualify for sick and vacation leave.
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