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Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

What Happens To My Employer Benefits If I Do Not Return To Work?

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If you do not return to work at the end of the FMLA leave period:

  • If the failure to return to work is by choice:Your employer can seek reimbursement for the premiums it paid for you during your FMLA leave.
  • If the failure to return to work is due to your medical condition or for other reasons beyond your control: The employer cannot seek reimbursement for premiums it paid for you during your FMLA leave.

Once your employment ends, your benefits will cease and will trigger whatever extensions may be provided, such as COBRA for health, dental, and vision or a conversion for group life.


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