Intermittent leave, a type of Family and Medical Leave Act job protection, is leave taken in various blocks of time for a single qualifying family or medical issue. Although there’s a lot for your clients to consider when carefully managing these types of leaves, in this blog I’m going to focus on the paperwork that outlines the parameters for an absence — certifications and recertifications.

By becoming well-versed in understanding what information is needed when an employee cites an absence as an FMLA intermittent leave, you can inspire confidence in your clients. Here’s what you need to know:

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