How is FMLA/CFRA time calculated?

Placer County uses the 'rolling forward date' method to determine FMLA/CFRA eligibility and calculate the 12­ week period. The first day of an eligible FMLA/CFRA leave is designated as your rolling date.

This date becomes your permanent rolling date with Placer County and is used to determine eligibility and to calculate the 12-week period for future leaves. Provided you meet the eligibility requirements, you are entitled to a new FMLA/CFRA period every twelve months from your designated rolling date.

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1. What is the Family Medical Leave Act and the California Family Rights Act?
2. What types of leave of absence qualify for FMLA/CFRA?
3. Who is eligible for FMLA/CFRA?
4. How should I notify Placer County that I would like to take a leave of absence?
5. Why do I want to request an FMLA/CFRA leave?
6. Will the County notify me if I am eligible for FMLA/CFRA?
7. When does an FMLA/CFRA leave begin?
8. What is the maximum FMLA/CFRA time?
9. How is FMLA/CFRA time calculated?
10. Can I use my sick leave, vacation and CTO accruals while on FMLA/CFRA?
11. What happens to my insurance benefits while on a medical leave?