FMLA doesn't prohibit termination for failure to comply with call-in requirements

Employees can be held accountable for not complying with an employer's call-in notice requirement, even when the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) may apply. In a recent case, the employer had an attendance policy requiring employees to notify their supervisor at least two hours before their shift started if they would be absent. The failure to call in was a "no-call/no-show." Two no-call/no-show events resulted in termination.

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