Norman v. Beasley Mezzanine Holdings, LLC
Although defendants contend plaintiff was fired after taking a day of FMLA leave because of her declining performance, persistent tardiness, and insubordination, plaintiff points out that she had just received a laudatory performance evaluation, she had already exceeded her April sales goal when she was fired on April 12, and her insubordinate act - requesting a tape recorder or an attorney during a meeting - was in keeping with the Family Medical Leave Act’s requirement that disputes between employers and employees over qualifying FMLA leave should be documented.
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