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Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

What About My Employer Benefits When I Return To Work?

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The FMLA requires employers to reinstate all of your benefits upon your return to work as if there had never been a leave of absence.

Even if your employer does not cover, or permit you to cover, the cost of your additional benefits during your leave, all benefits must be reinstated upon your return to work - and they must be reinstated at the same level as when you went on leave. For example, if your employer provides you with disability insurance, you must be provided the same amount of disability insurance upon your return to work as you had when you went out on leave. 

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