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    Default Returning from an injury

    An employee of our company has been off of work due to a work related injury. He has returned to work on 2 seperate occasions, but has been unable to perform his regular duties. He is a union employee and the contract states that if an employee is off for a year his employment can be terminated. My question is does the clock re-start for this one year period since he returned to duty even if just for a few days? He did return on 2 occasions. Both of them for a period of 7 days.

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    Default Union Member Absent from Work

    Unfortunately, that may well be something that is addressed in the union contract. If so, the only way to get a decent answer is to have a lawyer review that contract and provide an opinion based upon its language.

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