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  • Another STD/Workers Comp/LTD question Colorado

    You may have read my other post..... I am out on FMLA approved leave, but WC and STD have been denied. STD is being appealed. My leave is due to depression brought on by a hostile work environment and daily abuse from my manager. I have an attorney working with me on a lawsuit since the manager has been sued for harassment in the past.

    I just found out my company lost it's biggest account. Is it unheard of to negotiate a "lay off"? The more I think of the suit, the less I want to do it because I simply do not want to relive this for the next x months. I am in a non-billable role at my company, so I am overhead. i am thinking of simply saying, "This will be win win - you are getting rid of your highest paid person (I am a director) and I don't have to relive it all."

    Just trying to look at this from all angles. Any advice?

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    Certainly you can quit. Nothing prevents that absent a contract.
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