Hello, I am currently enrolled in FMLA at my place of employment for migraines. I broke my arm and went out on short term disability for over 2 months. When I returned to work I was told they took my fmla time to cover for my broken arm which is unrelated

I was approved for fmla for my migraine headaches and on an averag use a day per week. I had a fall a few months ago and broke my arm. I was out of work for almost 3 months for it and had a Dr note. When I returned to work, my HR informed me I was almost out of fmla time which I felt was not right. I learned they counted all the hours I was out for my arm against my fmla time, even though my fmla is for my migraines. Is this right? Are they allowed to take my fmla time for something not related

0 answers  |  asked May 17, 2018 06:30 AM [EST]  |  applies to North Carolina

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