Even though I had a new boss, former boss wrote my review because I had been on her team for most of the review period. She gave me very low scores on things such as “positive attitude in the workplace,” “professionalism,” “performs job with enthusiasm,” etc.
Things that there are no quantitive ways to measure.
In a recent case, a federal district court judge excluded three pieces of evidence that a fired employee claimed helped prove his allegation that his employer, SAIA Motor Freight Line, LLC, interfered with his Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) leave by terminating him.
The 10th Circuit ruled that the trial judge was right to exclude the evidence because it was too prejudicial to the employer—compared to its evidentiary value—to allow a jury to consider it.
I returned to work on September 29th, 2013 and saw that I had gone over my time off by 13 minutes.
My doctor told me that since I work on a concrete floor 9 hours a day he recommends I take them.
I was told on Monday that the time I went over was under 'Post-Certified FMLA." 30 minutes before my shift was over I was called to the office and dismiss from the job due to absenteeism.
I absolutely loved my job seeing as I been there for 4.5 years but that means nothing I suppose. heh Also I read they sometimes do this for 52 weeks?
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