Work question

So I sent an email to my boss about not coming to work today and possibly tomorrow. I always CC my HR manager so she can be aware of it. Today my boss was like why are you CC her too? Then asked me if I talked to my OB doctor about going into FMLA or short term disability. My boss really wants me to go into FMLA but my doctor doesn't want me to. I have a feeling that she's going to get rid of me whatever she can. What do you guys think?

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    08/07/14
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    08/07/14
    I'm trying not to worry but I am worried :( I just feel like my boss doesn't care and doesn't want to be doing two peoples jobs which I've done before she came aboard :(

    Thanks! I need to make sure my baby is healthy and happy!!
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      08/07/14
      I think it is always a great idea to send the email to HR. If you are CCing HR you might want to try BCCing (blind carbon copy) them. That way they still receive the email but your boss can't see that they do. Also if your boss sent you an email asking you to go on FMLA I would forward that to HR along with reasons why you don't want to and that your doctor doesn't want you too. That way if your boss tried to fire you in the near future you have proof that she's been up to something.
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        08/07/14
        I feel like something is up with my boss and I'm part of it.. Ugh :(
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        08/07/14
        Yeah I would talk to HR...email them and explain. It's always best to have a record. I lost my job because of having my son...they wanted an exact date I was coming back to work the day after I had my son and the doctor couldn't give me one. And my husband lost his job 4 days before our son was born because they knew he was going to take time off. Neither company had an HR department so we had no prop or record of anything. Make sure you document your concerns to HR.
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          08/07/14
          I'm super stressed out with this situation and it's not helping me and the baby at all :(
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