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Sorry- I believe it is a hostile work enviroment and do not want to remain here- I feel ill walking into this place each day. If I quit I know I have to show cause to draw unemployment and I am not sure I have a strong case. I guess that is my question. Do I hav eenough to show casue to quit?
Q1: My boss seems clear that the FMLA cannot count in terms of being off of work, but I do beleive it plays into thier "perception" that I miss to much work. No- I don't think at this time they have discriminated
Q2: Yes, I have spoken to HR- no help there
Q3: I am the person thinking that giving the notice may be best- I have seen it occur with other employees
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