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MODULE 5 Writing Assignment:
This is an individual assignment. The class is broken down into five “Groups” each containing
twelve members. The assignment depends on what group you are in.
You must do your own work and use Turnitin. I will not accept any paper that has 25% or more
“similarity.” See Syllabus. I will also not accept papers that fail to properly cite to sources.
Like all papers you’ll submit, formatting is: 1” margins all around, double-spaced, Times New
Roman, 12-point font. No headers, extra spaces between paragraphs – none of the little tricks that
take up space.
This time, you answer 3 out of 5 questions. There is a 1 page minimum per answer…which
equates to an “average” score. As always, if you want a better score…do more than the minimum
work required. I can tell when a student has done the work and when they have waited until the
last minute to throw something together. Don’t be in that latter group.
Group 1, 2, and 3 Members:
There are three (3) mandatory “eligibility” requirements for employees wishing to take FMLA
leave. First, in your own words, identify those three requirements in detail. Then, locate a case
where a court ruled that the employee did not meet one of the three requirements and explain the
court’s reasoning.
Group 2, 3, and 4 Members:
Employees wishing to take FMLA leave can do so for a variety of reasons. First, identify the most
common reasons an employee may request FMLA leave. Then, describe what steps an employee
must take to request FMLA leave. Finally, what must an employer do when presented with a
request from an employee? May an employer deny FMLA leave, and if so, when?
Group 3, 4, and 5 Members:
FMLA leave requires a “serious health condition.” First, in your own words, describe what has to
happen before it be determined that an employee, or a family member of an employee, suffers from
a “serious health condition.” Then, find a case where an employer challenged whether an employee
or family member actually suffered from a “serious health condition” and explain the court’s
decision and reasoning.
Group 4, 5, and 1 Members:
There are two (2) types of legal claims employees may make when suing an employer under the
FMLA. Do your own research and identify these two types of claims. Then, in your own words,
describe how the claims are analyzed. In other words, what does an employee have to prove when
bringing each type of claim?
Group 5, 1, and 2 Members:
The FMLA allows an employee to take “intermittent leave.” First, do your own research into
“intermittent leave.” Then, in your own words, describe what that term means. What is the shortest
period of time that an employee can be away from work on “intermittent leave?” What must an
employer do to track an employee’s use of FMLA leave? Finally, find a case that concerns
“intermittent leave” and explain what the dispute was about and how the court ruled.

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