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11-27-2009, 12:43 PM,
Is my seniority affected while I am out of work on w/c? I want to return and pick up just where I left off as far as equipment assigned, hours to be worked, job assignments etc.
11-27-2009, 12:51 PM,
RE: seniority
Hi Ready, and Welcome to the Forum!! As far as Your Seniority at Work, if You have an Employee Hand Book, or a Union, They May be able to Help. And also if Your Employer has I Believe over 50 Employees, You are Entitled 12 Weeks of FMLA which I Believe Protects Your Job, and Hopefully Your Seniority also! My Very Best, and Again Welcome!!Wink
11-27-2009, 01:18 PM,
RE: seniority
In my case my seniority was frozen. Ihave returned to work after injuries and after one that I was out for 18 months I lost that 18 months of seniority and also towards my pension. I could have done it differently if I let my employer pay me and then send them my WC checks but it was all so confusing and no one really knew how to explain it. Limbo is 100% on target with his advise. Just wanted to let you know how mine worked.

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