I have intermittent fmla for a chronic illness that my child has. When I call in I always tell them: What I am calling in for and that I have fmla. For the last year several of my absences that were fmla were "not coded" correctly when I called in, and thus they are being counted against me. The supervisor is suppose to document exactly what i say when I call in but what was documented was child ill on 3 different occasions. That is not even something I would say. I only get 4 absences a year (rolling year), i have 3 already and they should not be counted against me. When I told my manager she said that basically its just too bad for me because I have to tell them I have fmla when I call in (which i did, and I told her I did) she said well we really have to go with what is documented at the time of call in so it will count against you. This happened about 1 yr. ago to a coworker of mine and they fixed it. I called hr and spoke with them and they basically told me the same thing, they told me it is my word against the supervisor I called in to, and they have to go with that person. So I requested a meeting. I have done everything I am suppose to do: get the paper work, have my doctor fill it out, return it, call in for fmla covered reason, and it is still counted against me. Its not bad enough that I have a child with a severe chronic illness but then I have to stress and worry about this. I really feel like this could be intentional, and I am sure my rights are being violated. I am really trying to get this resolved with my employer, but they r not being very receptive. What can I do?