Are you eligible for FMLA intermittent leave time? That might be the best way around this issue.Ask a similar question
I agree- either FMLA intermittent leave or you could hire an attorney on an hourly basis to address these issues with the employer.Ask a similar question
I agree that intermittent FMLA leave could be a solution to this issue if your employer has enough employees and you fulfill the length/hours worked requirements of the FMLA. If your employer retaliates or interferes with your right to FMLA (assuming you are eligible) you may be in a position to take legal action. If you do not qualify for FMLA, you could request an accommodation.
I would also speak with HR regarding the points on your record and FMLA leave.
Regardless, you may want to contact an employment attorney. Many law firms, including my office, provide free consultations.
Matthew J.P. Coffman
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