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If the FMLA only gives job protection for a leave up to 12 weeks in a 12 month period, why can’t I terminate employees when they do not return from leave at the end of 12 weeks?

Labor & Employment Law expert Susan Fahey Desmond answered: The FMLA requires an employer to give up to 12 weeks in a 12 month period for a serious health condition – even if it is burdensome to do so. The ADA, however, does not have a “12 week” period written into it, and a  

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