Julie Bate Case Summary

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Julie Bate was a long-term employee before he involved in a serious car accident. Even Julie does not have outstanding work performance but she have 5 years work experiences. On June 15, 2014 Julie got involved in serious car accident which caused her lot of serious Disease such as lost memory and outburst angry. Now I am going to use three different perspective to discuss this question. First of all, I am going to start from the perspective of Ms. Bates. According to the materials we can tell that Ms. Bates have different rights to protect his own interests. Under the Family and Medical Leave Act, we can see that the employee has the affirmative right to take up to 12 or 26 weeks of leave per year in blocks of leave. And the employer is prohibited from discriminating or retaliating by …show more content…

In present lot of people are getting fire because they get involve in serious accident or the birth and care of newborn child. Most of people in this group cannot come back their position after the special period. I think this is really inhumanity. And government does not have the formal document to protect employee’s rights in this area which make the employer could fire them for their own benefit. As we got the information online we can see most of the benefits policy are only for the militaries which does not cover normal people. It also increase the jobless rate and unfair to those people. In my opinion government should come out some formal documents and the regulations for this type of situation. So that it would have the agreement between employee and employer. When employee can not come back in the certain time employer can hire another employee to filled her position. In this way people would have no confusion and complain. Also it would have the accurate time for employer to decided that when they can hire another employee so that it could also reduced their

In this essay, the author

  • Explains that ms. bates has different rights to protect his own interests. under the family and medical leave act, the employee has the affirmative right to take up to 12 or 26 weeks of leave per year.
  • Analyzes how bank discharged bates in order to protect their own benefit. employers are prohibited from hiring another employee to fill the position.
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