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Court Rejects FMLA Claim By Employee Who Felt "Fatigue-Ish" But Didn't Call In

Franczek Radelet P.C • September 17, 2010
In a refreshing decision, a federal district court in Minnesota recently rejected an FMLA lawsuit by an employee who said he needed to be absent because he was "feeling ill ... tired, lethargic, fatigue-ish," and "needed a few days to recuperate," but who then failed to follow his employer's absence reporting policy