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FMLA leave: Intermittent or all at once? Document what employee requested

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Employees who are eligible for FMLA leave may not need a big block of time off, but instead want to take intermittent leave. Unfortunately, which one they do take isn’t up to the employer.

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Tami Gomez March 6, 2014 at 12:19 am

I was terminated and documented in termination papers from Southwest Airlines for using my FMLA intermittent hours in conjunction with my days offs, which was rare if the case, as well as exceeding their 18 hours absent maximum per quarter metric. Do I have any rights to fight this because they documented using FMLA basically as what they think was abusive? Thank you


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