Employment Law Questions? Ask an Employment Lawyer.
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Thank you for the information. However, I still need additional information.
What state do you reside in?
What is "BA?"
What did you mean by you were sick in the hospital with documents?
Did you properly call in sick?
Do you have a doctor's note?
Were you fired for excessive absence?
Have you filed for grievance proceeding?
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If you belong to a Union, you have to proceed in accordance with the Collective Bargaining Agreement. If your Union Representative is unwilling to help, you need to proceed with filing the grievance on your own with your former employer or contact your Union headquarters to assist you in filing the complaint.
That's quite disheartening that the Union does not want to work with you. You may have to file complaint against the Union with National Labor Relations Board for refusal to assist you. Your dues are paid so that you can receive assistance from the Union on this kind of matter and not be given runaround. Click on the link below to file complaint against the Union:
Filing complaint with the NLRB is your best option right now.
Most Attorneys who handle employee issues take quite hefty retainer. So, it is prudent to get the Union to assist you before seeking your own Attorney.
Thank you for the additional information.
You need to use the following sites to find Attorneys that may represent you:
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