SEIU Says Ex-HR Supervisor Wasn’t Fired Over Medical Depart

Law360 (Jun 10, 2021, 6:11 p.m. EDT) – The Service Employees International Union has asked a federal judge in Washington, DC, to dismiss a former human resources manager’s lawsuit alleging she was discriminated against and retaliated on sick leave the employee has not proven that her dismissal and her vacation are related.

In a dismissal motion filed on Wednesday, the SEIU said former HR manager Tiffany Holodnak failed to show the type of link between her sick leave and her 2019 layoff that would support a retaliation claim under the Family and Sick Leave Act.

“The only fact that the plaintiff cites to support a causal link between her vacation …

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