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Job Stress Can Count as FMLA-Eligible 'Serious' Condition

The inability to go to work due to stress and anxiety about a pending termination or other performance issues may well be considered a “serious health condition” that’s covered by the FMLA. If a health care provider is willing to diagnose it as a serious health condition, it...
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