For LAW EDUCATOR, Esq.: I have a case that I would like you to tell me what laws were.
I work for the Radisson Hotel as a line cook for the pass 18 months. my evaluations have been better than good I am am and expiomal worker I am to food what you are to law. in this kitchen.
I have been working as a braskfast cook for 18 months for the past three the chef ask to help him out and work two days a week on the pm. also I have work bouble shifts for the chef early this year I had proste canser
I took my vacation and had It removed. did not take a sick leave.
two weeks ago on my days off I went back insugery I was schedule to work wed.pm. they call me and ask me to fill in for employee in the am and he be back after the ferunal to my shift he never can back they wanted me to work a double I told themi could not work the double no one would not make the desion to let me off the shift so I went to my doctor he said he did not know I went back to work and he gave me a doctors note for the rest of week off. I took the note the food and beverge Mgr. after my days they change my shift to 3pm to 11pm. the cooks who re place me gave them a 1.00 hour raise I have the print out of the raise I have the most sintory of all the cooks I have more experience then all the cooks. I am the only black guy on the job . when I applied for the postion they ask what are your available hours I can not work Tuesdays night because I go to kingdom hall he keeps me schedule for Tuesday know i am Jehovah Wittiness . what kind of volitions do you see. what is my re course. what do you think let see if we have the same thoughs on this matter discrimation retaliation what montery value can we put on this case the spelling might but my facts are right
we have a eeco up here do you think I should talk the chef about what he did or fill out the papers for the right to sue
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