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The University of Texas at Dallas

Manager Responsibilities

UT Dallas has responsibilities in complying with FMLA. A manager or HR Contact should inform HR when any of the following occurs:

  • The manager is informed by an employee that he/she needs FMLA;
  • An employee has been out three or more consecutive days;
  • An employee shares that they have a chronic condition requiring repeated absences;
  • An employee is pregnant or has a spouse who is pregnant, or will have in loco parentis responsibility due to pregnancy;
  • An employee is adopting a child or will have in loco parentis responsibility due to an adoption;
  • An employee's spouse, parent, or child (including biological, adopted, foster, and step-children and legal wards or children for whom you stand in loco parentis) has a serious health condition requiring repeated employee absences;
  • An employee’s spouse, son, daughter (including biological, adopted, foster, and step-children and legal wards or children for whom you stand in loco parentis), or parent is on military active duty or has been notified of an impending call to military active duty and needs time off to make arrangements (“Qualifying exigency”);
  • An employee is the spouse, son, daughter, (including biological, adopted, foster, and step-children and legal wards or children for whom you stand in loco parentis), parent or next of kin of a covered military service member who is recovering from serious illness or injury sustained during active duty.