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Posts: 60Joined: 2/28/2008Last Post: 7/14/2009
As hrpob stated, it's a company policy decision. And yes, I would say most companies consider someone on FMLA as "inactive". That said, if someone who is on FMLA status applies internally for a posted position, it would be difficult to consider them for that position -- if the position is open, then obviously they need someone to fill it. If the applicant is on FMLA then they are not available to fill the position. Does that make sense?