Topic: The Family and Medical Leave ActThe Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), a federal law, provides eligible employees with 12 weeks of unpaid leave during each 12-month period of time to use in connection with the: (1) birth or adoption of a child; (2) care of a child, spouse, or parent with a serious medical condition; or (3) care of the employees own serious medical condition. Recent amendments apply to cases involving military caregiver leave. The New Jersey Family Leave Act (NJFLA) provides for 12 weeks of unpaid leave during each 24-month period. Many provisions of the State law are similar to the FMLA. However, under New Jerseys law, no leave rights are provided for an employee to care for his or her own serious medical condition.The Gerety case involves the plaintiffs claim under the N.J. Law Against Discrimination that the employers unpaid medical leave policy resulted in disparate impact discrimination against women. Notably, the policy in question provided for 26 weeks of unpaid medical leave, which is more than twice as the law requires under either the FMLA or NJFLA.Do not use the following as resources:Law firm web sites Law firms are trying to solicit clients. In Employment law, law firms usually represent either employers or workers – few represent both. As such, their web sites are designed to attract the clients they seek to represent. Therefore, the information contained therein may not be completely accurate as the information provided may be skewed to either a management or employee perspective.Websites such as Wikipedia or ehowInformation found on those sites may not be reliable.Use the following format: Overview, Opinion Statements, Resource Citations. Use the headings to divide your work into the 3 required areas in your paper.OverviewProvide an overview of your topic using at least two resources. Highlight the most important concepts.The overview should be no more than 500 words. Thats about 7 8 average length paragraphs. Do not place your opinions in the overview. This is an academically oriented portion of the assignment. Your opinions are welcome in the next portion of the paper.Your overview MUST include citation to sources within the text of the document. You are probably not the originator of the information being presented. The authors must be identified. Failing to provide citations within the content of your overview is considered plagiarism.Example: (Last name of author, title of resource, page if available)Opinion Statements Given the material youve organized and presented in the overview, offer your thoughts on specific aspects of the topic or the topic in general. Use higher order critical or creative thought!Your opinion statement should be approximately 150 words in length.Resource CitationsOffer a full citation of the material used in this section of the paper. Citations must be in MLA or APA format.Use guides to guarantee that citations are correct.MLA Citation GuideAPA citation GuideNOTE: A minimum of 30 points will be deducted from content score when proper citations are not provided. 3. Title your work.Title your writing assignment by choosing a creative and informative name. Compel your learning community to read your writing assignment! Then add your full name.The title of your paper and your name should be the FIRST material available on the page.
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