My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: North Carolina
Hi. I'm not sure if this is discrimination or not. Our company usually submits time sheets each pay period. Well, after some personal events (explained below) caused me to miss work, I am now having to complete a daily sign-in sheet along with my normal time sheet.
Just for reference, I work 4 10-hour shifts a week.
Jan - Missed 3 days of work due to death of father-in-law. 24 hours (max) were covered under Bereavement.
Jan - Took 4 days off for vacation. All paid time that I had and was scheduled in advance.
Feb - Missed 1 day of work due to domestic violence. I talked with my immediate supervisor and explained to her what happened and that I had a plan in place but it might make me miss some work. She assured me that my job was not in jeopardy and that she and our director would back me up.
Feb - Missed 4 days of work due to death of my father. 24 (max) hours were covered under Bereavement. I missed 37 hours.
Feb - Missed 1 day of work due to snow. Made it up by working another day.
*Started completing the required log in sheets daily. Was told by supervisor that it was company-wide.*
Mar - Missed 1 day that was unpaid due to domestic violence. Missed 2 more days due to court dates that were made up by working another day in place of the missed day.
I have since found out that there are only 3 people completing these logs and they are the 3 that are in my facility. The other 2 in my other facility are not having to complete them. There is 1 other lady that has the same position as me and she is not having to complete them either.
Any and all advice is greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.