If you qualify as a military caregiver to a covered service member, then you may have the ability to take up to 26 weeks of unpaid leave to provide care to your loved one. In general, this means that the individual receiving care is your parent, spouse, child or that you are their legal next of kin.
Though you, like most other California residents, know that going to work is often a necessary part of life, certain situations may result in you needing time away from the office or wherever you may carry out your job-related duties. In some cases, those events may present a need for recurring time off or for an extended leave. However, you may wonder how those missed days could affect your employment status.