FMLA - Potentially stupid question.
We're a small company that recently went above the 50 employee threshold for FMLA, so I've been pulling together fact sheets & forms & such for our files, in the event that we have someone who decides to use that leave. In doing my research, I got to the phrase "engage in interstate commerce" as a requirement, and that gave me pause.
We're a home for children, all placed here by the state (just one state). We don't sell anything, and 95% of our budget comes from state funds. The rest are grants and federal monies. But on the other hand, we do buy items like office supplies, etc, from companies that are based outside of our state.
So ... I halfway expect to get laughed off the board, but would that make us qualify for FMLA? We meet the other requirements.