Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by caharrell5, Oct 9, 2012.
How long can a ups driver take off for there childs birth?
FMLA. Google it.
and take off every minute you can afford to take off. I was a stay at home dad, that is some time that I would not trade for anything.
Dang. I was hoping for a Maury moment. I think it's 8 weeks. It's FMLA.
Some states have different rules.
Family and Medical Leave Act - Wage and Hour Division (WHD) - U.S. Department of Labor
Sold all my old redline hot wheels in 2002 and took 5 weeks after my son was born.
you can take off as long as is needed to learn how to spell paternity.
Its FMLA and each state is different. Where I'm at its 8 weeks if you take time off before the baby is born, and 12 weeks if youtake off after the baby is born. I believe some states you must take vacation time if you have it left.
Invest in some children's books. In a few years your child can read them to you!
(just joshin bro!)
PT 6 weeks. FT 12 weeks. FMLA
That's where I'm going....if you can't spell the fact....then I question your resolve.....PATER..Father
12 weeks...I was able to take 1 week as paternity after birth of child. Followed by an additional 11 weeks under FMLA prior to the childs first birthday. All vacation/option days were paid out for FMLA with the the option to save 1 week as vacation. Your area may differ.
I know spell check has it's issues, but Wow!
I was curious when you said that. So I checked.
Now I have to wonder how this thread would have gone if they chose taciturnity.
Contract Article 16 Section 4 covers Paternity Leave; Section 6 covers FMLA.
Separate names with a comma.