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    i am on a medical restriction as of a month ago. i have worked for the same employer for 5 years with my anniversary this past September, i have been a full time employee up to the time of medical restrictions. my employer now states they are not going to pay me my sick time or vacation time that i have accumulated to date because i am considered a part time employee and i am on a "freeze". Can you help me with this and give me some advise on how to handle this? Thank you

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    Generally speaking, this is within the company's rights to do. Is this leave by any chance covered under FMLA?
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      i am on medical due to a knee condition that was trigger with a fall at work, the condition was just worsened it didnt start because of work

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        That's not what I asked. Are you on FMLA leave?
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          Do you know what FMLA leave is & the requirements? If not, please let us know.
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