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  • ElleMD
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    How many employees are there? For what reason were you out? How long were you off work? Are you even able to return to the same job you held before?

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  • Endeavor
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    Why couldn't they have given you the leave of absence as an accommodation? If they were able to fill your position when you were out, it seems like they should have been able to provide that accommodation. How long were you out?

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  • Betty3
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    You should.

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  • Beth3
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    Very likely.

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  • PamelaJNathanB
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    Sorry, one more thing.

    If an employer hires someone to fill your position while you are on SDI because it is necessary, and I want to return after SDI but there is no position for me do I qualify for UI?

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  • PamelaJNathanB
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    Thank Betty3, I was replying when you were!

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  • PamelaJNathanB
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    Thank you.

    So is it viewed that the employer is terminating you? In which case an at-will?

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  • Betty3
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    If you were not out on any job protected leave (ie FMLA/CFRA/PDL) & you are
    not hired back, you can file for UI benefits since you are now ready, willing &
    able to work.

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  • lolcat
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    SDI provides a partial wage replacement benefit when an employee is out due to illness or injury. It is not job protection.

    Once you are ready and able to go back to work, apply for UI. Only the State can determine whether you qualify or not, but you definitely won't get it if you don't apply.

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  • PamelaJNathanB
    started a topic SDI Question/Return To Work California

    SDI Question/Return To Work California

    If an employee is out on SDI and works for a company with less than 50 employees I know that a job cannot be held. What if after returning from SDI the employer says they are not taking you back- does the employee then qualify for unemployment?
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