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Am I eligible for an Intermittent Leave or a Reduced Schedule Leave?
You may be eligible for FMLA Intermittent Leave or Reduced Schedule Leave if you have been employed by the state for one year (does not have to be continuous), and physically worked 1,250 hours during the previous 12 months, and not exhausted your FMLA entitlement. You may request an Intermittent Leave or Reduced Schedule Leave:
- When medically necessary for your serious health condition or the serious health condition of your spouse, parent or child, or
- For a qualifying exigency out of the current active duty status or call to duty of your spouse, parent or child.