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AGREEMENT WAIVING EMPLOYEE'S FMLA RIGHTS ILLEGAL, 4TH CIR. SAYS Taylor v. Progress Energy

20 No. 1 ANEMPLR 3Andrews Employment Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

AGREEMENT WAIVING EMPLOYEE'S FMLA RIGHTS ILLEGAL, 4TH CIR. SAYS Taylor v. Progress Energy

20 No. 1 ANEMPLR 3Andrews Employment Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

20 No. 1 Andrews Employment Litig. Rep. 3
Andrews Employment Litigation Reporter
*1 August 2, 2005
Family and Medical Leave Act
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AGREEMENT WAIVING EMPLOYEE'S FMLA RIGHTS ILLEGAL, 4TH CIR. SAYS

Taylor v. Progress Energy

An employer and employee cannot agree to waive rights guaranteed under the Family and Medical Leave Act without prior approval of the U.S. Department of Labor or a court, a federal appeals panel in Richmond, Va., has ruled.
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