Do I need to provide my supervisor advance notice to use my Intermittent Leave or a Reduced Schedule Leave?
If approved for Intermittent Leave or a Reduced Schedule Leave, you will need to:
- Provide your supervisor with a list of scheduled appointments. Under FMLA, you must work with your supervisor to schedule the treatment or appointments so as not to unduly disrupt the employer's operations.
- Notify your supervisor while reporting your absence that the time off is under your FMLA approval. If more than one medical condition exists or you have been approved for more than one leave type (e.g., personal illness and family care), please refer to the leave type when reporting your absence.