FMLA return

I have been employeed with my company for 8 years now. I took a leave of absence 12/09 . My return to work date was 030110. When I return I was informed that the attendance policy had change 0101109. There was not notification provided via email, pin up boards , or on the extranet site. The policy which was only provided verbally is if you were on a shortterm disability/FMLA and return to work pass the bidding of a new shift you will only be allowed to choose what is left. No longer will an employee get to choose a shift from two people above senrioty and two below seniority. Keeping in mind the policy about the two seniority above/below is "still" on the company extranet. Even as of now this "new" policy has not been given to the employees . Is that legal? Is the company with in thier rights?

0 answers  |  asked Apr 6, 2010 12:04 AM [EST]  |  applies to Texas

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