EEOC Crack Down on “Line in the Sand” Leave of Absence Policies

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Word to the wise, if you currently have a leave of absence policy which either expressly states or otherwise is applied to say “Once an employee has been on a leave of absence for X amount of time, regardless of the reason, if he/she is unable/has not been released to return to work the employee will be terminated,” YOU NEED TO AMEND THIS POLICY IMMEDIATELY.

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