Oh, no! Tell me a supervisor didn’t write THAT on an employee’s PIP.

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If you haven’t done FMLA training for your supervisors, hopefully, this post will motivate you to get some on the calendar.

The case I want to share with you today involves a lab tech with several disabilities. As they worsened, she was often late to work due to her disabilities. The plaintiff alleged that she became eligible for FMLA leave on October 9, 2018. In its answer to the plaintiff’s federal court complaint, the defendant admitted that it approved her FMLA request on October 9.

(Later, the defendant took the position that it approved the plaintiff’s leave request on

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