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I work for a small company... Under 50 employees!! The day I raised the possibility of going out on disability, my employer informed me that I must go on COBRA at my own expense. This perplexes me--I'm still technically still 'employed' even if I'm out on disability... doesn't COBRA kick in when you're 'Unemployed'?
I understand when you work for a small company, any leave may trigger COBRA (as we're NOT protected by FMLA). However, when our company writes proposals to bid on projects, we often disclose 50+ employees... I don't think they can have it both ways can they? I know this because I write the proposals...
Also, do I have any protection on the state level?
Thank you in advance for any advice!!1. injury was NOT work related. 2. I've been employed by this small private company for 13 consecutive years. 3. I typically do not use up all of my sick days in any given year. 4. my job title = 'director'
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