No, it's not at all that I don't like your response. I'm open to hearing thoughts of others, either way.
Yes, I know my post was long and unbroken and I tried to fix that but I couldn't. My apologies. My medication doesn't make it easy for me to think clearly with flow at all times and I had just taken my does shortly before I wrote the post.
At will employee's can also leave their job for any reason or no reason at all as well...right? (assuming you are a lawyer and I'm sorry if I'm mistaken). "The termination of an at will employee does not to be supported by good reason." However, my Husabnd was given the reason why and it being "Poor Performance." They cannot possibly justify that reason with his awards and the bonus, (on top of all his employee reviews that were all perfect), literally one day before termination. They gave reason, which can totally be disputed with the evidence from the day prior as well as all his reviews over the course of 16 years!
If you are a lawyer, please explain where my Attorney cousin has told us: They have no way to justify the reason that he was given for termination. We are both seeking the advice and the hire of another attorney as my Cousin will not do business with family members at all, not even through recommending his piers just in case a family member doesn't like the outcome and having a family member upset with him.
No, it's not the companies responsibility to take care of my child's medical issues. Maybe the law is written under the disability laws that we were referred to that the employer is to make reasonable accommodations in order to assist the legally disabled family member? I don't recall where it was at this point, but, I could be wrong.
When his ex-manager learned that he filed for FMLA well before she was his boss, she made it clear that she did not like that. Apparently, she was aware that she had to make reasonable accomodations for my Husband to work from home to take care of a disabled family member as I mentioned above (again, no idea where that law is written...maybe somewhere in social security??). I only needed him to help me a handful of times over many years. Working from home in this company is common practice.
If only it were medication that she is on, I would contact the pharmaceutical company that makes her medication, but at times there are also machines she needs in conjunction with the medications.
Resume has been dusted, and has four interviews this week already.
Thank you for the time you took to sharing your opinion. I really appreciate that.