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Can my employer fire me if I can’t return to work after using all 12 weeks of CFRA or FMLA leave?

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Can my employer fire me if I can’t return to work after using all 12 weeks of CFRA or FMLA leave?

It depends; if you took the medical leave for your own serious health condition and you can’t return to work because of that medical condition, then the employer must engage in the interactive process with you to determine whether there are reasonable accommodations to allow you to return to work. Reasonable accommodations could include additional time off, or a modified schedule, among other things.

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