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Re: Job changes after illness

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Posted by Jim Stein on October 28, 1998 at 07:23:57:

In Reply to: Job changes after illness posted by Bill on October 27, 1998 at 21:00:23:

Now is the time to review the ammunition you have available in a case such as this. First is the reluctance of most companies to deal with a charge of discrimination - be the charges related to sex, race, religion, age, or medical. Second, your performance record is a bullet to be used when you request an audience with top management to review your past and present performance and discuss the pressure you are feeling. You are actually in the driver's seat if what you say is true because you are being forced out of a position because of your company's perception of a medical problem. No arbitrator or hearings office or judge would uphold such a corporate stance. However, is your problem "real" or a case of overwork and "too tired" with the inevitable result of some paranoia. Believe me, I've been in a position where I felt the world was out to get me but the cause of my feelings was overdoing it. Good luck.

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