My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: IL
My Husband was diagnosed with cancer and went on short term disability for six months. Prior to his cancer he was recommended to be a director of a center, however after his return he was asked to join part time which he accepted. Since then:
1) He is working more than 40 h but paid only for 20h /week.
2) He is threatened to continue doing so because of his medical disability and non-immigrant visa status by his immediate supervisors.
3) He tried to report to his division head but got turned down.
4) His supervisor is trying to issue wrong warning to get him fired. He had openly stated that he will get him fired soon.
The only hope of my husband survivor is in this country because of the advance medical expertise available. But this has resulted in enormous stress to him.
My question is can we file a case for abusing his medical condition, wages discrimination (as my husband is actually working for more than 40h/week but still paid for 20h/week) and double diversity.