Apparently, those are the three words that strike fear into the hearts of employers everywhere. I wouldn’t know, I just write the jokes. In any case—or, more accurately, in this court case, the employer fired the employee for taking more time off than he was certified for under FMLA, but did not allow the employee to “recertify,” one of FMLA’s very technical steps.
The result? The employer was found guilty… OF MURDER! No, that was a lie. I’m sorry. Click here to read about the real result.