I worked at my company for 15 years with no problems. Due to reorganization, I was told my position was eliminated upon me calling my employer to coordinate a return date. A woman in an equivalent position to mine at another location did NOT lose her job. Additionally someone in another department who was returning from maternity leave had the same thing happen not long after me - upon her call to coordinate a return date, she was told her position was eliminated but no one else in her department lost their positions. Both of us worked at the same location and we believe we were discriminated against for utilizing our FMLA benefits. How would we prove discrimination? Seems the "reorganization" story is really convenient for our employer to avoid FMLA violation claims. Do we have a case?Also, neither of us was offered another position. One week later I was informed that a position equivalent to mine was open at another location. HR should have known about this opening at the time they told me I no longer had a job but this position was not offered to me. Further, the VP at the company who I thought I had a great relationship with (who authorized both of us being let go) now refuses to allow either of us to use him as a reference for future job searches.