Asked/told to resign while on intermittent FMLA

I was told/asked to resign from my position. I worked for the company for 14+ years. A little less than 2 years ago a got a new manager. Prior to the new manager I never had any problems leaving work early if needed. After the new manager arrived and I needed to leave early for Doctor's appointments she told me I needed to to apply for intermittent FMLA. I applied and was approved. I used the FMLA as needed, and did not use all time allotted. After I was asked/told to resign I asked what the the reason was and was told the first reason given was work absences due to a variety of reasons. The only absences I have had were vacation, FMLA, and 2 absences because my flight was cancelled. My last mid year review nothing was said about absences. Should I consult with an attorney?

0 answers  |  asked Nov 7, 2016 1:57 PM [EST]  |  applies to Illinois

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