Facebook has confirmed that Fedotowsky is still employed at the company.
"We appreciate the personal decision to return to work was deeply difficult, but we're glad Ali decided to come back," a Facebook spokesperson toldNew York Magazine.
Fedotowsky was one of four remaining bachelorettes vying for Pavelka's heart when she decided to leave the show during Monday night's episode to avoid being fired from her job.
However an ABC preview for next week's episode shows the 25-year-old advertising account manager regretting the decision several days later and telling Pavelka she wants to return.
"I made the wrong choice and I want to come back," Fedotowsky tells Pavelka after phoning him in his St. Lucia hotel room.
According to a New York Magazine source, Fedotowsky, who had only joined Facebook a few months earlier in July, found herself in the difficult situation because she had used her vacation time allotment -- not an authorized leave of absence, which she presumably was not yet eligible for -- to participate in last fall's filming of The Bachelor.
In addition to next week's preview, The Bachelor host Chris Harrison has also teased that viewers "haven't seen the last of Ali and Jake and their situation is not over."