Employee of the Month.

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Re: Employee of the Month.

Post by Tom fod » Tue Jan 08, 2019 9:47 pm

You need to ideally tell this to your employer or just tender your resignation and give notice of your planned departure. This may affect your access to JSA or other benefits if you seek to claim.
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Re: Employee of the Month.

Post by SwervingCentaur » Thu Jan 10, 2019 8:25 pm

I asked for training for autism, didn't get, said that they didn't have the time. But, I've managed to convince work that the person with autism, should only be allowed a hour a day with me, because she would just be following me around, doing nothing, she's not allowed to do any heavy lifting, or using any machinery. This is not backward this job, it's a company that gets over 13 million pound a year and we're budgeted on our ear plugs.

I just don't care anymore, pointless talking to any of my family or friends about it, they both tell me that I should be grateful that it's a job, I mean if your main goal in life is to go work, be miserable, then you've failed in life, which I have. Dyspraxia has become nothing more than another problem in my life, and I wish that I never had.

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Re: Employee of the Month.

Post by SwervingCentaur » Thu Jan 10, 2019 8:34 pm

So my option is cleaning out toilets for a living, or be on benefits for the rest of my life. What a great life, I must lead. The lowest paid in the factory while everyone looks down to me.

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Re: Employee of the Month.

Post by Tom fod » Thu Jan 10, 2019 11:04 pm

Many will take the view that you gave a job, others have not! But it's not that simple and fear of .change and uncertainty can and do leave us feeling trapped.

Hope you find a way out and a job that is stimulating.
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