Family Medical Leave Act


FMLA Definition (FMLA): FMLA provides job-protected leaves of absence for up to 12 workweeks (generally 480 hours) per leave year for eligible employees due to employee’s own OR family member’s serious health condition, birth or placement of child, or needs related to a family members active duty or call covered active duty in military.

Important Note: To open an FMLA claim, contact Disability Services - Sedgwick at 800.729.7526.

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If you suspect that someone is inappropriately using FMLA you may report your concerns to your supervisor or to the Code of Conduct/Integrity Line at 800.333.8938.

PLEASE NOTE: The content of these pages are intended to provide guidance about the employee benefit plans presently sponsored by CenturyLink. If there is any difference between this guidance and the terms of the official plan documents, collective bargaining agreement or company policy, the terms of the plan documents, collective bargaining agreement or company policy will govern.