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I WANT TO RETIRE TO TAKE CARE OF MY MOM. SHE IS DEAF AND BLIND AND DIABETIC AND SHE JUST CAME HOME FROM THE HOSPITAL. I WORKED AND I ASK MY BOSS FOR 12 WEEKS OFF AND SHE SAID JUST GIVE ME YOUR 2 WEEK NOTICE. THAT IS NOT RIGHT.

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If your workplace is fewer than a certain number of employees - they don't have to offer FMLA.
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Sandy, instead of retiring from work, it really is much better for your own well being to continue to work for as long as your can.

Would your Mom be able to budget to have a 8-hour caregiver take care of her while you are at work?
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You want to retire? Boss is probably concerned that you will not return after 12 weeks and needs to fill your position. But, no that is against the law. Go to human resources and tell them you need Family Medical Leave Act. If you have been with this employer for more than one year FMLA will apply if the number of employees in the company meets federally defined criteria.
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