Violating family and medical leave laws subjects employers to a civil lawsuit or administrative proceeding, and, under FMLA, supervisors may be personally liable. Employers are liable if they unlawfully interfere with an employee’s exercise of FMLA rights.1 Remedies available to the employee include all of the following:
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