Leave of Absence

Federal (FMLA) and state (OFLA) law requires that employers provide eligible employees with job protected time off work for their own serious health condition, to care for an eligible family member with a serious health condition,  to bond with their newborn, adopt or foster a child, bereavement, military family leave.

Leave may be taken all at once or intermittently as the medical condition requires. The leave laws define who is eligible, what absences qualify, and how much leave time you may take during the leave year. Your health insurance benefits are protected and will be continued while you are on FMLA/OFLA leave.

FMLA/OFLA Leave of Absence HandbookFMLA/OFLA Eligibility Basics
Notice of Rights and ResponsibilitiesCategories of Serious Health Condition
Medical Leave Packet– Employee’s Own IllnessHow to Report a Disability Claim
Medical Leave Packet–Care of Family Member
New and Expecting Parent Resource Guide


Intermittent Reporting Guide – TimeClock+Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
Intermittent Reporting Guide – Absence Management (formerly Aesop)Oregon Family Leave Act (OFLA)
Midyear Change Form (add/change dependent)Uniformed Services Employment & Reemployment Act (USERRA)
Request for Unpaid Leave of AbsenceWorkplace Accommodations – Pregnancy 
Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)

Coming in September 2023

Paid Leave Oregon