Hi so my hours are reduced to half days for me requesting a one day off to leave early and every time I call out my employer request me to get a doctors note but she does not request any other employees to request a doctors note she call me and told me may 30 will be my last day
This unfair treatment is only going to be unlawful if the employer is motivated to do it because you are a member of a protected class of people or because you engaged in some form of legally protected conduct. You say the motivation is a request to leave early. Unless that request was legally protected, you will not have legal grounds to complain.
A request to leave early would only be protected conduct if it was related to a very narrow set of circumstances - circumstances where the law would require the employer to let you leave. Knowing the specifics of those circumstances would need to be known to provide a more specific answer.
If you think this is all motivated by your engaging in legally-protected conduct, then it would be wise for you to locate and consult with an experienced employment law attorney as soon as possible to explore your facts and determine your options. I would suggest you look either on this site in the Find a Lawyer section, or go to www.cela.org, the home page for the California Employment Lawyers Association, an organization whose members are dedicated to the representation of employees against their employers.
Most employment attorneys who practice this area of law work offer a free or low cost consultation in the beginning and then, if the matter has merit and value, will usually agree to work on a contingency basis, meaning you can hire an attorney without paying any money until the matter results in a positive outcome for you. Many advance all the costs of the litigation as well. Do not let fear of fees and costs keep you from finding a good attorney.
Good luck to you.
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