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  • Betty3
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    Oops, you're right - thanks.

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  • cbg
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    FMLA is a Federal law - the regulatory agency would be the US DOL, not the state version.

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  • Betty3
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    They can't retaliate against you JUST for taking FMLA. If you believe they are, put in a complaint with your state's DOL.

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  • rebecky139
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    FMLA Leave Question South Dakota

    I work in South Dakota and use intermitten FMLA. My manager has made several comments to me and others that FMLA is a joke. Earlier this year I was in the hospital for a Gull bladder removal emergency type situation. The manager of my department and the head of HR called me in the hospital before I ever had surgery to ask me what day I would return to work. I came back on Sat 2 days after surgery for my scheduled shift.

    I had called into the department and spoke with one of the supervisors prior to getting admitted on the way to the hospital and was told I should really be there due to them hiring another supervisor soon so I should not be missing work. It is constantly that I am hearing comments like these.

    It always gets brought up that I have attendance issues even though they are FMLA, that I will not get hired for the next supervisor job due to the time I have missed. I am constantly being reminded and recently they have changed my current work conditions to make the job harder for me and I know that it is due to my use of FMLA.

    Does this sound like harassment what do you all suggest that I can do to help with the situation. Thanks
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