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I have an employee who is a single parent with a child that has serious health issues. She has indicated to me that she may need to file for Intermittent FMLA. Her position with the company is sale rep. Her employment status is soley based on bottom line performance. If she is eligible for Intermittent FMLA, it will severely affect her sales territory. How will her position be protected under FMLA? I certainly do not want to set up our company for a lawsuit, but on the other hand, I do not want our business to be negatively affected. I welcome input, advice and guidelines for this issue. Thank you.

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