What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? Michigan
I have Lupus and was just diagnosed not to long ago. Before this I worked 2 jobs and won the perfect attendance award from my employer. Now I only work one job, have a handicapped parking hanger and FMLA. My doctor filled out my first one and put that I'd miss work sometime for Lupus flares at 1-2 times a month, then a year later I needed to change it and she put once every other month and could go as long as 4 days. I have been having flares more often. I, my supervisor and the person from HR decided that if that started happening, I'd have to get another letter from my doctor, changing the frequency of my fmla flares. Well last week I was called into the office by a assistant supervisor, who I had not included in my fmla meetings and he says he doesn't know what the plan was with my supervisor and hr but I need to change my job hours now and not use my extended sick for my fmla (which is what it's for since I have intermittent fmla) He says now I have to start using my own pto. He also throws in there that the other co-workers are upset and complaining about me missing all the time. I feel I'm being harassed now, I've had trouble sleeping and I'm very stressed out now. So do I have a meeting with my hr department and say I will not talk with that other person again about my health issues?
What do I do? There have been other violations of my rights too with him. What is the statute of limitation on hippa violation and sexual harassment?
Thanks, any help would be greatly appreciated.