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    I was informed that my position was going to be eliminated and would not be replaced. I am a Clinic manager, and was not offered other management position. They offered me a clerical position with less pay which is a demotion having other supervisory positions available. They gave me 24hrs to accept. I contacted Tally and they were not aware of such decision. I left for surgery right there since I was showing signs of my condition worsening prior to all this.

    The timing was rather funny because about 2 weeks prior I was involved in a complaint on an ethical issue with one of my subordinates. I was contacted by the EEO and HR manager questioning what was my involvement and why I had contacted Tallahassee HQ.

    I am currently disabled not protected by FMLA, which has been exhausted by the end of November 08. I had submitted my Disability pay documents with recent medical info prior to the FMLA exhaustion and they were not processed. They have put under unauthorized Leave with out pay because I have not submitted any new info. I am struggling not only with my health but financially. I have tried contacting Tally no success with their support, they have directed me to return to work, with a fitness for duty and my Dr's refuses to give me one. If I do not return to work tommorow I will either be diciplined or Fired as the writing has been on the wall for sometime now. Hope some one can HELP..............there is a lot of more incidents that would take more to write.
    Last edited by Michant1; 01-04-2009, 01:59 PM.

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    to make it simple I wish not return to work there as I feel they have no appreciation for the 4 yrs I worked there. I beleive a lot of there work due to our obligations however management is hostil and the morale there is ridiculously low.

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      The above answer, whatever it is, assumes that no legally binding and enforceable contract or CBA says otherwise. If it does, then the terms of the contract or CBA apply.

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