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I work for a person who was born in another country. My son suffered a bad injury and when I asked her to have time off, because the the doctor said "IT IS VITAL IN YOUR SON'S RECOVERY TO BE WITH HIM" and not at work. He had suffered a c-spine injury and I am his only parent. My manager said "No," and put me on weekends. I have seen her treat people from her own country very differently. Right now a employee is away with a similar circumstance. She gave her extended time off. Has posted a new schedule for people to take her place ect... I think this is unfair. I think she is giving her special privelages because she is fromt he same country. I did miss 2 days during my sons recovery. I was given final warning. I guarantee her fellow countryman will not get any disciplinary action like me.
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