So I work part time and I had to change my availability from Open availability to Monday through Thursday Open availability and Friday open to 6pm because of child care issues I know longer have child care on Fridays starting at 6pm until Monday morning at 6am. My direct supervisor told me that isn't going to work because my coworkers always call in. Also I was injured in February at work and my position was given away and I have made multiple complaints about it and nothing has been done so what can I do about that?
Unless the adverse employment action or disparate treatment was based on a protected class, such as age, fmilial staus, nationality, etc, it legal. There might be an issue with regard to the work injury, but obviously, the emp,oyer had to fill the position. Consult with a local employment attorney and give more derails.
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With respect to your injury in February, you should consult with an attorney that handles workers' compensation.
As far as child care issues, it would depend on many other factors. Is the child care issue simply day care or does your child have a disability requiring special care. If the latter, would the employer be able to accommodate your position. Again, there are many missing facts that are needed in order to provide a proper analysis. You should consult with an attorney that handles employment law.
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