Wisconsin Family and Medical Leave Law Poster
The Family and Medical Leave Law is a Wisconsin family leave law poster provided for businesses by the Wisconsin Department Of Workforce Development. This notification is required for some employers, such as employers with 50 or more employees.
This poster details the rules and regulations set by the State of Wisconsin regarding leave for medical or family incident in the lives of employees. More specifically, Section 103.10 of the Wisconsin Statues requires that all employers with 50 or more employees abide by the rules and regulations of the Wisconsin Family and Medical Leave Act.
Employers who employ less than 50 personnel are not compelled to comply with this law; although they are encouraged to do so. That said, employers who employ 25 to 50 personnel are required by law to post their own particular leave policy and abide by it should the circumstances arise in which it must needs be used.
The poster goes on to declare that this law will only apply if a worker seeking to claim its benefits has worked more than 52 consecutive weeks and for at least 1000 hours during that minimum 52-week period.
The poster closes by noting that a complaint by a worker or workers concerning a denial of rights or benefits under this law must be filed with the State within 30 days of the violation.
Anyone seeking answers to questions about law or needing to file a complaint can contact the Equal Rights Division of the Department of Workforce Development of the State of Wisconsin.
ERD-7983-P (R-06/2014) WISCONSIN FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE ACT For answers to quesŸons about the law, a complete copy of the law, or to make a complaint about a denial of rights under the law contact: STATE OF WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT EQUAL RIGHTS DIVISION 201 E WASHINGTON AVE, ROOM A100 PO BOX 8928 MADISON WI 53708819 N 6TH ST ROOM 723 MILWAUKEE WI 53203 Telephone: (608) 266-6860 TTY: (608) 264-8752Telephone: (414) 227-4384 TTY: (414) 227-4081 Website: h©p://dwd.wisconsin.gov/er/ WISCONSIN <0017008a00870003000700870092008300940096008f0087009000960003009100880003001a00910094008d0088009100940085008700030007008700980087008e00910092008f0087009000960003008b00950003008300900003008700930097008300 8e000300910092009200910094009600970090008b0096009b><00030087008f0092008e0091009b00870094000300830090008600030095008700940098008b0085008700030092009400910098008b00860087009401e400030003000c00880003009b009100970003008a0083009800870003008300030086008b009500 830084008b008e008b0096009b0003> <00830090008600030090008700870086000300960091000300830085008500870095009500030096008a008b00950003008b0090008800910094008f00830096008b009100900003008b009000030083009000030083008e00960087009400900083009600 870003008800910094008f0083009600030091009400030090><0087008700860003008b0096000300960094008300900095008e008300960087008600030096009100030083009000910096008a008700940003008e008300900089009700830089008701e1000300030092008e0087008300950087000300850091009000 9600830085009600030097009501e40003> Under state law all employers with 50 or more permanent employees must allow employees of either sex: This law only applies to an employee who has worked for the employer more than 52 consecuŸve weeks and for at least 1000 hours during that 52-week period. The law also requires that employees be allowed to subsŸtute paid or unpaid leave provided by the employer for Wisconsin Family and Medical Leave. Employers may have leave policies, which are more generous than leaves required by the law. A complaint concerning a denial of rights under this law must be ﬁled within 30 days aLer the violaŸon occurs or the employee should have reasonably known that the violaŸon occurred, whichever is later. SecŸon 103.10, Wisconsin Statutes, requires that all employers with 50 or more employees display a copy of this poster in the workplace. Employers with 25 or more employees are required to post their parŸcular leave policy. Up to six (6) weeks leave in a calendar year for the birth or adopŸon of the employee's child, providing the leave begins within sixteen (16) weeks of the birth or placement of that child. Up to two (2) weeks of leave in a calendar year for the care of a child, spouse, domesŸc partner, as deﬁned in § 40.02(21c) or 770.01(1) or parent or a parent of a domesŸc partner with a serious health condiŸon. Up to two (2) weeks leave in a calendar year for the employee's own serious health condiŸon.
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