Posting Vacation Photos To Facebook Costs An Employee His Job

Rodney Jones worked for Accentia Health and Rehabilitation Center of Tampa Bay (a long-term skilled nursing facility) as the activities director. He needed shoulder surgery and was granted 3 months of medical leave per the Family Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”). At the end of that period, the doctor said Jones needed more recovery time. Jones said he could return to do light duty, but the employer instead gave him a 30 day non-medical leave and required a “Fitness for Duty Certificate” before coming back to work.

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