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Thank you for your question. An employee could be terminated for any reason other than their disability. In other words, the employee could be let go due to prior misconduct, economic layoffs, or legitimate business reorganizations. In addition, if the employee is no longer covered by the 12 week FMLA job protection, they could be let go for attendance issues as long as the employer has determined that allowing the employee additional time off would cause an undue hardship on the business.
This all assumes that there is no bargaining agreement or other contract that gives the employee more protection than what I just mentioned. If you would like to provide some facts to go with your question, I may be able to address them once I have context to your question. Please also feel free to ask related follow up questions if you have them. If none, then if you could take a moment to leave a positive rating in the box above, I will receive credit for assisting you today. Thank you
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