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Wage and Hour Division (WHD)

Tables

2.1 - Employees Taking Leave: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
2.2 - Length of Second Longest Leave: 2000 Survey
2.3 - Reasons for Taking Leave Across All Leaves Taken in Previous 18 Months: 2000 Survey
2.4 - Reasons for Taking Leave Across All Leaves Taken, Based on Total Employee Population: 2000 Survey
2.5 - Employees’ Reasons for Taking Longest Leave: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
2.6 - Employees’ Reasons for Second Longest Leave: 2000 Survey
2.7 - Length of Longest Leave by Reason for Leave: 2000 Survey
2.8 - Use of Intermittent leave: 2000 Survey
2.9 - Amount of Leave that was Intermittent: 2000 Survey
2.10 - Intermittent Use of Longest Leave: 2000 Survey
2.11 - Use of Longest Intermittent Leave on a Routine or As-Needed Basis: 2000 Survey
2.12 - Intermittent Use of Longest Leave by Reason for Leave: 2000 Survey
2.13 - Intermittent Use of Longest Leave Within Reasons for Leave: 2000 Survey
2.14 - Employees Needing But Not Taking Leave: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
2.15 - Number of Leaves Needed But Not Taken: 2000 Survey
2.16 - Reasons for Needing Leave: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
2.17 - Reasons for Not Taking Leave: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
2.18 - Perceived Impact of Pay on Leave-Needers: 2000 Survey
2.19 - How Leave-Needers Took Care of Their Situation: 2000 Survey
3.1 - Coverage of Establishments and Employees Under the Family and Medical Leave Act: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
3.2 - Characteristics of FMLA-Covered Establishments: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
3.3 - Demographic Characteristics of Leave-Takers by Eligibility Status: 2000 Survey
3.4 - Awareness of FMLA Among Covered and Non-covered Employees: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
3.5 - Employees Taking Their Longest Leave Under FMLA: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
3.6 - Establishment Size and Industry Differences in Ratio of FMLA Leave-Takers: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
3.7 - Intermittent Use of Longest Leave Taken Under FMLA: 2000 Survey
3.8 - Reasons for Longest Leave Taken Under FMLA: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
3.9 - Employees Choosing Not to Return to Work After Taking Longest Leave Under FMLA: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
4.1 - Leave-Taker Worries About Taking Leave: 2000 Survey
4.2 - Ease of Getting Time Off: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
4.3 - Benefits Lost During Longest Leave: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
4.4 - Receipt of Pay During Longest Leave: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
4.5 - Source of Pay During Longest Leave: 2000 Survey
4.6 - Full versus Partial Pay Across the Leave Period: 2000 Survey
4.7 - Proportion of Usual Pay Received by Leave-Takers Receiving Only Partial Pay: 2000 Survey
4.8 - How Lost Wages were Covered During Leave: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
4.9 - Perceived Impact of Pay on Length of Leave: 2000 Survey
4.10 - Effects of Using Family and Medical Leave: 2000 Survey
4.11 - Positive Outcomes of Effects of Using Family and Medical Leave: 2000 Survey
4.12 - Returning to Work After Longest Leave: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
4.13 - Position Returned to After Longest Leave: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
4.14 - Reasons for Leave-Takers’ Return to Work: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
4.15 - Leave-Takers Denied Leave: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
4.16 - Coverage and Eligibility Among Female and Male Employees with Young Children: 2000 Survey
4.17 - Leaves Taken and Needed Among Female and Male Employees with Young Children: 2000 Survey
4.18 - Reasons for Taking Leave, Across All Leaves Taken, by Females and Males with Young Children: 2000 Survey
4.19 - Reasons for Taking Leave, Across All Leaves Taken, Based on Total Population of Female and Male Employees with Young Children: 2000 Survey
4.20 - Employees’ Opinions Toward FMLA: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
4.21 - Co-workers Taking Leave for Family or Medical Reasons: 2000 Survey
4.22 - Effects of Co-workers Taking Leave on Employees: 2000 Survey
4.23 - Perceived Impact of Co-workers Taking Leave on Employees: 2000 Survey
5.1 - Family and Medical Leave Policies by FMLA Coverage Status: Reasons for Which Up to 12 Weeks of Leave is Provided: 2000 Survey
5.2 - Family and Medical Leave Policies by FMLA Coverage Status: Continuation of Health Care Benefits: 2000 Survey
5.3 - Family and Medical Leave Policies by FMLA Coverage Status: Reasons for Which Job Return is Guaranteed: 2000 Survey
5.4 - Provision of Leave Beyond that Guaranteed by FMLA by Coverage Status: 2000 Survey
5.5 - Continuation of Pay During Leave by FMLA Coverage Status: 2000 Survey
5.6 - Continuation of Pay During Leave by FMLA Coverage Status: Reasons for Which Pay is Continued: 2000 Survey
6.1 - Covered Establishments’ Sources of Information About FMLA: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
6.2 - How Employees First Learned About the Family and Medical Leave Act: 2000 Survey
6.3 - Methods Used to Cover Work When an Employee Takes Leave for a Week or Longer: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
6.4 - Effects of FMLA-Related Administrative Activities: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
6.5 - Effects of Complying with FMLA on Business and Employee Performance: 1995 and 2000 Surveys

Figures

2.1 - Number of Leaves Taken: 2000 Survey (Percent of Leave-Takers)
2.2 - Length of Longest Leave: 2000 Survey (Percent of Leave-Takers)
3.1 - Proportion of Employees that Have Heard of FMLA: 2000 (Employee Survey)
3.2 - Employee Report of Coverage Status by Actual Coverage Status: 2000 (Employee Survey)
3.3 - Establishment Report of Coverage Status by Actual Coverage Status: 2000 (Establishment Survey)
3.4 - Covered Establishment Reported FMLA Coverage Status: 1995 and 2000 (Establishment Survey)
3.5 - Non-covered Establishment Reported FMLA Coverage Status: 1995 and 2000 (Establishment Survey)
4.1 - Benefit Status During Longest Leave: 1995 and 2000 Surveys (Percent of Leave-Takers)
4.2 - Ease of Making Ends Meet During Leave: 2000 Survey (Percent of Leave-Takers Receiving Less than Full Pay During Longest Leave)
4.3 - Satisfaction with the Length of the Longest Leave: 1995 and 2000 Surveys (Percent of Leave-Takers)
5.1 - Comparison of Covered and Non-covered Establishment Policies for Providing Up to 12 Weeks of Unpaid Leave for All FMLA Reasons: 2000 Survey
5.2 - Percent of Covered and Non-covered Establishments that Provided Up to 12 Weeks of Unpaid Leave for All FMLA Reasons: 1995 and 2000 Surveys
5.3 - Comparison of Covered and Non-covered Establishment Policies for Leave Not Covered by FMLA: 2000 Survey
6.1 - Usefulness of Provisions for Managing Employee Use of FMLA Leave: 2000 Survey
6.2 - Establishment Size Differences in Impact of Intermittent Leave on Establishment Productivity: 2000 Survey
7.1 - Standard Industrial Classification of Non-Covered Establishments: 2000 Survey
7.2 - Size of Non-Covered Worksites: 2000 Survey
7.3 - Comparison of Covered and Non-covered Establishment Methods of Covering Work While an Employee is on Leave: 2000 Survey
7.4 - Non-covered Establishments’ Anticipated Business Impact of FMLA, Compared to Covered Establishments’ Actual Business Impact of FMLA: 2000 Survey
7.5 - Non-covered Establishments’ Anticipated Cost of FMLA, Compared to Covered Establishments’ Actual Cost of FMLA: 2000 Survey

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