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To just want my manager to read the bloody report

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Beeswax2017 Tue 22-Nov-16 11:35:05

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hazell42 Tue 22-Nov-16 15:02:59

I know how you feel. I was quite ill earlier this year and applied for a reduction in hours til I got back on my feet. They have dragged their feet for three months and still haven't done anything about it.
Well, screw them, now I've got a new job and they are running round like headless chickens wondering how they will cope.
Don't let it drop. Go back to HR, or to the occupational therapist, and get them to speak to her again.
Hope it goes ok

CockacidalManiac Tue 22-Nov-16 15:05:24

Would it be worth a call to HR for them to kick her up the arse a bit? It's their job to do the confrontational stuff. Tell them how much you're struggling.

WouldHave Tue 22-Nov-16 15:06:26

Can you go above her head and say she seems to be too busy to action this, so please could someone else?

ShowMePotatoSalad Tue 22-Nov-16 15:09:16

Sorry to hear that. My manager is always too busy too. We rarely see her and she pays another member of staff to deputise for her but in reality they don't do anything and just say they "don't know" and they're not the boss, etc.

It's so frustrating as nothing gets sorted and if most of us have a problem we just suffer in silence. Hope HR can sort this for you.

Beeswax2017 Tue 22-Nov-16 19:47:13

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