I've started working a month ago, and i need to take 2 weeks off due to family emergency situations?
will they be able to understand despite working for a month. my family is really important to me and i dont wanna miss any chances, but my work is also important to me.
- FoofaLv 73 weeks ago
Depends on the policies of this workplace. If you're in the US you have to put in 1,250 hours at a job before you're eligible for FMLA leave. But the laws may be different where you live.
- PearlLv 74 weeks ago
i would talk to your boss about it, they might let you take off
- Tri-HarderLv 74 weeks ago
How could we possibly know if your employer will understand anything? We don't even know who they are. Or what your "emergency situation" is.
- sarahLv 44 weeks ago
It really just depends on the company and the "emergency situations." If you're the only one who can take care of your grandpa who just had a heart attack and quadruple bypass surgery, then they would probably be willing to work with you. If your aunt's Yorkie just had a C-section and you want to spend two weeks helping your aunt, on the other hand...probably not.
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- MissALv 74 weeks ago
Depends on the workplace. You’ll have to ask for yourself.
- 4 weeks ago
What kind of emergencies are they? If it’s medical use FMLA and if your job does something or gives you too much crap sue their ***