Why eFMLA?

Replace your organization's time-consuming, paper-intensive and often confusing FMLA administration with a streamlined, online, fully customized solution. ( Read More ... )

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Welcome to eFMLA

eFMLA is a customer-centered organization established in 2009 to enable employers to fully and easily comply with the federal Family and Medical Leave Act. eFMLA provides innovative online services to facilitate FMLA management with the following tools:

  • Customizable FMLA forms and notices
  • Unlimited online data management
  • Online leave tracking/monitoring
  • Electronic delivery of forms and notices
  • Expert FMLA advice and support
  • 24/7 Secure Access

eFMLA has over 20 years of direct experience in labor and employment law, human resource management, and FMLA administration, along with online database systems, analysis, maintenance and hosting.

Resource Announcement

We are please to announce the publication of the Family and Medical Leave Act Compliance Manual, by Scott D. Macdonald. This is an invaluable resource for anyone involved in managing the FMLA process in a school system and is available through American Association of School Personnel Administrators.

Up-to-Date FMLA

eFMLA is regularly updated with the most current FMLA regulations

The U.S. Department of Labor published regulations in November 2008 that contained the first revisions to the FMLA since the original regulations became effective in 1995. These regulations incorporated extensive revisions to the original regulations, and also included regulations on the military family leave entitlements that were established as part of the Fiscal Year 2008 National Defense Authorization Act. The new regulations became effective on January 16, 2009. The DOL issued revised federal regulations again in February 2013 that incorporated updates to the military related leave entitlements established in the Fiscal Year 2010 National Defense Authorization Act. The DOL modified the definition of “spouse” in the regulations in 2015, and made additional changes to the regulations in 2018.

Click here to access the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employer’s Guide to the Family and Medical Leave Act: FMLA Employer Guide.