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2 hours of for workmans compensation count against the 1250

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2 hours of for workmans compensation count against the 1250 hrs.
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I'm sorry to hear about your situation and hope I can help.

No, unfortunately, only hours that were worked count toward the 1250 hours needed to qualify for FMLA benefits. Time spent off due to an on the job injury does not count toward the 1250 hours.

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