Returing to work long enough to not have to reimburse benefits paid by employer after FMLA leave.

If I decided I don't want to return to work after FMLA maternity leave, I understand that I would have to reimburse my employer for my benefits they paid while I was off. How long would I have to work after my leave so that I wouldn't be required to reimburse my employer their portion paid for my benefits?

1 answer  |  asked Jan 4, 2007 10:22 AM [EST]  |  applies to Texas

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Margaret A. Harris
Not a Question of FMLA Law

This situation is unique to the writer and her employer. The FMLA law leaves issues like this to the employer to work out. So, the writer will have to get the information she needs from her employer -- unless it is described/defined in the employer handbook or some other document the employer provided her when she left on FMLA leave.

posted by Margaret A. Harris  |  Jan 4, 2007 1:26 PM [EST]

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