But I'm also not a mind reader and didn't know if they even held my job for me (not protected by FMLA because I was part time). Don't they have any responsibility for the LOA they put me on? They knew my due date, but never gave me an end time to the LOA, just that I was on one effective immediately (about 15 minutes after I walked into work that night).
You can read my earlier post about pregnancy discrimination (which you replied to), but to make a long story short, my office manager told me to request a chair with a back instead of the stools we had, I did, and a month later I was put on a leave of absence. I was never put under any physical restrictions by my doctor while I was pregnant (lifting, standing, kneeling, etc).
Ah, yes. All that stupid business with your employer about the chair you never asked for in the first place. I recall your earlier post.
While on leave (whether the employee asks for leave or not), it IS the employee's responsibility to keep in touch with the employer and provide them with updates on their medical/leave status. You really need to contact your employer, advise them of the date you're being released (or likely to be released) to return to work and see what the status of your job is. Only they can advise you about that.