A worker who remains away from her workplace for more than six months, without approval of Family Medical Leave Act or disability leave, and who continues to inform her supervisor she is physically incapable of returning to work, may not possess a cause of action for constructive discharge.
Riopel v. Southern New England Telephone Co.
U.S. District Court
September 24, 2012
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