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If I took a leave of absence in November due to COVID out break at work and my husband’s highly compromised Amun’s system. I tried to return to work. Was asked to meet with new Manager, did so and then told a week later. I could not return to work. I have not received any paperwork stating I was let go and I did not resign. Where do I stand? I have not claimed verb or E i during this period.

Hello,

If you are ready, willing, and able to return to work, then the employer should undertake best efforts to accommodate your return. If your employer refuses to return you to work, it could potentially entitle you to a termination package. First and foremost, it is important to obtain confirmation from your employer as to whether your employer plans to return you to work and, if not, whether they are laying you off or terminating you. In any event, it is recommended that you speak with our firm about your options moving forward and how to help facilitate them.
Lior Samfiru
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