Process to terminate employees If an employee leaves your Y you must terminate them in YERDI by going to Modifications/Terminate located in the Non Financial section. Their termination date will be their last pay date. For participants who receive pay beyond their last day of employment, contributions are required to be made on all final compensation except for severance that is paid after termination of employment. Once terminated in YERDI, the employee will receive a letter from the Fund outlining their options. Rollovers and Distributions For more information on Rollovers and Withdrawals when leaving a Y, please click here. Other Types of Leave Family and Medical Leave – Employees who are entitled to these specific types of leave under the law have a right to re-employment on return. Your Y’s legal counsel can help you establish what benefits may also be required. Do not terminate their account in YERDI. Military Leave – A Participant called to qualified military service has the right to reemployment when they return to work for a Y. For employees returning from qualified military service who were not previously enrolled in the Fund, their months spent in military service count toward their eligibility for enrollment. For employees called to qualified military service who are enrolled in the 401(a) Retirement and/or 403(b) Savings Plan, you must terminate their account in YERDI with the reason ‘Military‘. Your Y must pay contributions for a military leave after the Participant has returned: The contributions are based on the Participant’s average gross compensation in the 12 months before the leave began. If your Y has a YMCA/Employee Shared agreement, returning veterans are responsible for making their Participant contributions. However, they have up to three times the length of their military service (to a maximum of five years) to make those contributions. Your Y must submit all of its contributions within one year after the Participant’s contributions are made. In a Fully Paid by Y agreement, your Y must make the Participant’s contributions within 90 days of the Participant’s return. Any required contributions are credited to the participant’s year(s) of military service and not the year when the contributions were made. No interest is due for either the employee’s or employer’s USERRA-related contributions.