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11.02.13.00.htm 11.02.13.00. Title 11 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Subtitle 02 TRANSPORTATION SERVICE HUMAN RESOURCES SYSTEM Chapter 13 Family Medical Leave Authority: Transportation Article, ยง2-102 and 2-103.4, Annotated Code of Maryland
11.02.13.01.htm 11.02.13.01. 01 Purpose.. These regulations implement the provisions of the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA) and are intended to balance the demands of the work place with the needs of families, to promote stability and economic security of families, and to promote national interests in preserving family integrity.
11.02.13.02.htm 11.02.13.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Chronic serious health condition" means a condition which:. a) Requires periodic visits for treatment by a health care provider, or by a nurse or physician's assistant under the direct supervision of a health care provider;b) Continues over an extended period of time, including recurring episodes of a single underlying condition; andc) May cause episodic, ra
11.02.13.03.htm 11.02.13.03. 03 Eligibility and Use.. A. In order to be entitled to FMLA leave, an employee shall have a minimum of 12 months employment with the State.B. An employee may not be disqualified on the basis that fewer than 50 employees work within a 75-mile radius of the work site.C. FMLA leave may be used for:. 1) The birth of a child and subsequent care;. 2) The care of a child placed with the employee for adoption or foster care;. 3) The care of a seriously ill spouse, child, or parent; or.
11.02.13.04.htm 11.02.13.04. 04 Continuation of Health Care Benefits.. A. During the period of FMLA leave, the employee shall be entitled to continuation of health benefits coverage, and shall be entitled to any added coverage or changes in health care benefits that are made available to other employees.B. During periods in which the employee is receiving pay, the employee's share of health insurance premiums shall continue to be deducted from the employee's pay.C. During periods of unpa
11.02.13.05.htm 11.02.13.05. 05 Restoration to Work.. A. An employee returning from FMLA leave shall be returned to the employee's former position or an equivalent position.B. If special qualifications that are required for the position have lapsed during the employee's leave, the employee shall be given reasonable opportunity to fulfill the requirements after returning to work.C. An employee returning to work has no greater right to the employee's former job or an equivalent position, or to other ben
11.02.13.06.htm 11.02.13.06. 06 Certification by Health Care Provider.. A. If the certification required by this regulation is not provided by the health care provider, the Department may deny FMLA leave until the certification is received.B. Leave to Care for Family Member.. 1) The Department may require an employee applying for FMLA leave to care for a family member to provide certification from a health care provider that the employee is needed to care for the family member.2) Care for a family memb
11.02.13.07.htm 11.02.13.07. 07 Fitness for Duty.. A. An administration may require fitness for duty certification for employees who return to work from FMLA leave only if the administration has a uniformly applied policy or procedure that requires employees in the same occupation and with the same serious health condition who take FMLA leave for this condition to obtain and present certification from the employee's health care provider that the employee is able to resume work.B. A fitness for duty cer
11.02.13.08.htm 11.02.13.08. 08 Intermittent FMLA Leave and Reduced Work Schedules.. A. Intermittent FMLA leave or a reduced work schedule due to a serious health condition of an employee or family member may be arranged when medically necessary. Medical necessity includes planned medical treatment and recovery from serious health conditions.B. Intermittent leave or a reduced work schedule for birth or placement of a child for adoption or foster care may be taken with the Department's consent.
11.02.13.9999.htm 11.02.13.9999. Administrative History Effective date: September 12, 1994 (21:18 Md. R. 1509). Regulation .02 amended effective January 27, 1997 (24:2 Md. R. 116). Regulation .03 amended effective January 27, 1997 (24:2 Md. R. 116). Regulation .05F adopted effective January 27, 1997 (24:2 Md. R. 116). Regulation .06A, C amended effective January 27, 1997 (24:2 Md. R. 116). Regulation .07A amended effective January 27, 1997 (24:2 Md. R. 116).
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