Due to my pregnancy my Dr put me on overtime restriction. Since overtime is mandatory it takes away from my FMLA. Where I'm confused is most overtime is on an as needed basis to cover if someone calls in on another shift. If no one volunteers then someone

I'm not allowed to work overtime for the duration of my pregnancy.
I'm using FMLA to cover the overtime that's mandated.
Mandated overtime is on an as needed basis. And majority is covering when someone calls in

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