I have been put on a final warning at my job for something I had no control over. This happened while I was on a medical leave for almost 3 months. There is no basis for this write up other than employee discrimenation. I had no way to defend myself. We had no managers in our office due to their retirement. This normally would have been handled within in the office but due to proper management in the office the HR Dept took care of it and wrote me up. I have alot of information, emails and other support to help me if it ever comes down to me losing my job over this. My question is for you would I have a lawsuit against this company if it came down to that? And if so, would can I do.
I am a top producing travel agent with over 30 years experience and have over 300 bookings and I have been put on a final written warning for 2 bookings that they had questions on.
They say my documentation was not done properly on those bookings. Well, check the other 298 bookings to see how those look. Other travel agents in our company have much worse documentation then I do. Why do they not write them up for their poor documentation. I have copies of a few of the other travel agents documentation that just completely sucks!
I feel this is discrimenation due to my medical leave and I am only working part time for the past few months due to my doctors orders.
I had surgery on my neck and then have been on part time work since October with the FMLA working 5 days a week 4 hours a day per my doctor's orders and being paid paid SDI benefits for the hours that I am not working. I am currently on a part time basis until January 31st and then not sure about February as of yet
Thank you for the quick response. do you feel i have a legitimate claim?
not sure if you got the first response. thank you for your quick response. my last question to you is do you feel this is a legitimate claim for me go further with?
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