No. It runs concurrently. Family and medical leave does not start after paid leave is used up. The designation is based on the reason you are taking the leave, not whether you are on paid or unpaid leave. Family medical leave actually protects your job, unlike sick leave, because you cannot be disciplined for missing time for a qualifying reason. If you have questions about sick leave, refer to your Collective Bargaining Agreement (classified employees) or the Oregon Administrative Rules (unclassified

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