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FMLA
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Ive been out of work off and on for my PA work injury for about 7 weeks total . In regard to the FMLA 12 week termination rule- is it 12 weeks total? or 12 consecutive weeks before termination. thx
 
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I believe it is 12 weeks (cumulative not consecutive) during any 52 week period but you look at the rules here
http://www.dol.gov/whd/fmla/index.htm
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wootk1967 Wrote:Ive been out of work off and on for my PA work injury for about 7 weeks total . In regard to the FMLA 12 week termination rule- is it 12 weeks total? or 12 consecutive weeks before termination. thx

1171 is right! It cumulative. I am using only 2 days per week of FMLA because I can work 3 days per week. If I was out 5 days per week it would be consecutive.
 
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