Can my employer fire me because I have a Dr's slip limiting me to 32 hours instead 40?

Because of a debilitating illness and medication that I am on for severe grieving( I lost my husband of 32 yrs. a few months ago) My doctor wrote a letter requesting my company to cut my hours back to 32(4 days instead of 5)because of my "reduced stamina" as he put it. According to company policy I would still be eligible for health benefits but other benefits are up to my employer. I have worked for this company for 22 years. But my new boss(last 8 years) has been looking to move my position to our corporate office in MD so he has more control ever since he started.

0 answers  |  asked Jul 19, 2011 2:33 PM [EST]  |  applies to Indiana

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