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  • Let go cause i was to sick. Is that leagle Colorado

    I worked at a company for about 2 0r 3 months and that was all. In the time I worked there I found that my kidneys were failing I am also Diabtetic and thyroid issues with circulation problems also. I was told part time or at home work was not alowed but i could take time off and come back when i needed if there was a opening. or work full time and not be gone. please help is this ok.

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    Originally posted by Tiffytvc
    I worked at a company for about 2 0r 3 months and that was all. In the time I worked there I found that my kidneys were failing I am also Diabtetic and thyroid issues with circulation problems also. I was told part time or at home work was not alowed but i could take time off and come back when i needed if there was a opening. or work full time and not be gone. please help is this ok.
    It sounds legal,and if they are willing to work you again when you are able,when there is an opening,that is something they don't have to offer. I don't know if there are any laws saying that they can't do this but I'm not sure,so stick around hon,someone will fill in the blanks!

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      Since you were employed there for less than 12 months, even if the employer were large enough to be subject to the FMLA, you wouldn't have qualified. Accordingly, there is no law that protects your job in this situation. Nothing illegal has occurred. Sorry.
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      • #4
        Yep, perfectly legal.
        I post with the full knowledge and support of my employer, though the opinions rendered are my own and not necessarily representative of their position. In other words, I'm a free agent.

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