“In loco parentis” refers to an adult who acted as a child’s parent (such as providing day-to-day care or financial support) even if the individual has no legal or biological relationship to the child.This term applies to you if you act in loco parentis for a child now or if you need time off or a leave of absence to care for someone who acted in loco parentis for you when you were a child.You may take job-protected FMLA leave to care for a family member’s, or your own, serious health condition.
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Clearly, there is a need to stay up to date on these changes, since they significantly impact the manner in which employers provide benefits to its employees.
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