Employees rights at workplace
Posted 07 November 2012 - 10:56 PM
Posted 08 November 2012 - 07:37 AM
Ive been out of work for two weeks, waiting for them and we still haven't got an answer.
We? Them? The antecedents of these pronouns are not clear from your post. In other words, who are "we" and "them"?
My question is does hr really need to wait for manager before they could transfer me to a different department? I want to go back to work already.
Then go back to work. Your post mentions a "health condition," but you didn't say what it is. Without some information suggesting that you have a disability that might justify a "reasonable accommodation," it's not clear that there's any legal issue here.
Posted 08 November 2012 - 11:46 AM
Posted 08 November 2012 - 12:20 PM
We cannot know the answer to this, but I'd like to presume the answer is "no".
Please note that your post is very short on details, but unless this manager is being nasty to you simply based on your race, gender, religion, disability or age (over 40) (and in some states there are a few extra protected characteristics like sexual preference or even political affiliation), ultimately how you deal with stress is on you and you certainly shouldn't allow yourself to become depressed because some messed-up, unhappy individual engages in "verbal abuse." Talk with a medical professional about how to deal/cope with this, because you can't always avoid unhappy folks in the workplace.
Posted 08 November 2012 - 06:36 PM
Posted 09 November 2012 - 08:18 AM
I'm sorry, but someone pestering you about a family problem you're having with a family she's friends with oughtn't be something you attribute to passing out from/at work.
You haven't posted a question here in your follow-up, and it's still unclear what it is you want to know in terms of a legal issue. Please re-read responses above and clarify if need be. Other than talking with a workers' comp attorney -- and such a claim would be VERY difficult to pursue, given it's almost impossible to prove that one's having emotional stress related to something like this -- I suggest instead you look into getting a new job elsewhere and/OR talking with a medical professional about what might help you cope in terms of practical knowledge, therapy, etc.
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