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This is an unfortunate situation,
In terms of Cobra, if the employee was terminated, you would have to provide Cobra notice to the employee,
In terms of workers compensation, that is for workers injured while at work,
he cannot claim such a thing, as he was not injured due to work, and was arrested for having a house for mushrooms, not any medical condition or injury
What about unemployment insurance we are a right to work state
In terms of unemployment insurance, if he is terminated for cause,
he would not be entitled to any unemployment,
if he fails to return to work, that would be enough to terminate him for cause.
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