Task 310.1.5-02, 11, 13

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Situation A In 1993, The Family and Medical Leave Act was taken place which allows up to 12 weeks per calendar year to take a leave. You either have to work 12 months in past year or 1250 hours, must have more than 50 employees in the company and reside in U.S. or U.S. territory land. The company that John worked for had more than 50 employees and he was working outside the U.S. but, works on U.S. territory land. His wife was about to go into on maternity leave and was going to have a procedure afterwards. He requested a medical leave from his company so that he can help his wife back home. John met the requirements and was told by his manager that he was allowed to take off but only up two 2 weeks. Because he was working out of the country and that he did not qualify for FMLA. Situation A - Violation FMLA allows up to 12 weeks of leave from your company as long as you stay within the requirements. John’s requests should have been approved because he met the requirements and understands that the company will not his salary while on FMLA. John work on U. S. territory land and he still qualified for FMLA even though he was not working in the states. This is a violation to the FMLA and John was ready to talk to Human Resources in regards to his leave. Situation B In 1990 Congress passed The American with Disabilities Act (ADA), this was to help individuals with disability while trying to seek employment. Job discrimination was for people who had disabilities and this was applied to jobs that fell in these categories: private employees, state and local governments, employment agencies, labor organizations, and labor-management committees. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) had forced ADA do that the job discrimination would not take place anymore. At one point is was based on how many employees you had in a company but as of January 26, 1992.

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