yes, I will be meeting with my VP Finance to go over this tomorrow. if he has further Qs how do I reach you back?
you helped me in the past re an Employee who is on medical leave.
her 12 weeks is up 2 Dec and we have the FMLE docs signed by Dr with that date.
we were just informed by the employee that she has another surgery on 15 Dec and might not be able to return 2 Dec. Do we have the right since it is 12 weeks 2 dec to let her know that we will need to replace her if she is not back to work on the 2nd.
She is currently on CA state disability, receiving chks.
It has definitely been a hardship for us while she has been out on leave. how would we show/prove this?
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