The company has changed their attendance policy yet again on its workforce. Under the last attendance policy if an employee worked "x" amount of time without missing they accrued what is title a " bank day ".
This bank day is discribed as an excused day off,(to be used at an employees discretion). Incentive plan if you will.
The company hires new HR managers and they write a new attendance policy. Feeling they have a attendance abuse problem with FMLA. When the new policy starts these bank days are carried over for use. But, the new attendance plans incentive changed to consecutive hours worked to earn attendance points. If I use a carried over bank day (earned excused day off) now it will zero out my accumulated hours toward positive points.
The company says it must do this to good attendees for they have a FMLA epidiemic and to zero out their consecutive hrs toward positive points when they use FMLA they must zero me (who has no FMLA) out as well.
so basically the company changed the meaning of an earned excusal day from prior attendance program that punishes good attendees without FMLA because they feel they can punish those who use FMLA.
I hope I made this understandable. Really need some insight to address the company on them honoring what I earned under their last attendance program. That I am not a casualty of their war on FMLA when I do not have it.