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The California employee is used up there FMLA and has used

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The California employee is used up there FMLA and has used up their vacation, but is due to return tomorrow according to the paperwork.
Do we have to wait now to she if she comes back tomorrow or can we let her go. Her FMLA started on July 12th, which takes her to October 12th and then her 3 weeks vacation ended on November 1st. Do we need to wait to see if she comes back or can we let her go?
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You don't need to wait to terminate her, because she is no longer protected from termination, since she is no longer on FMLA leave or any other protected from of leave.

You can terminate her today if you wish and don't need to wait to see if she comes back tomorrow, since you aren't required to do so under law.


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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Do we have to pay her vacation of three weeks, the extra weeks that she took was not told to her that it was her vacation weeks. I get worried with California.

Customer: replied 3 years ago.


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Hello Valerie,

If you paid her for her paid vacation days already, you have no obligation to pay them to her twice.

However, if she has any accrued vacation days, you need to pay her for them at the time of termination. Otherwise, you would be responsible for paying the accrued vacation days as well as waiting time penalties of a day's wages per day the employee was required to wait to receive their accrued vacation time.