First day of home time and I'm in surgery to open my sinuses up so I can breathe through my nose. Day five I go in for post op to get packing taken out of my nose. I've been trying to get set up for a sleep study and I'm told my company deactivated my insurance. I call my company HR to be told that is was deactivated on the first day of my home time while I was in surgery for my sinuses because they termed me out of the system. She transferred me over to my Driver Manager who reinstates my employment back as if they had never termed me out but my insurance is still inactive. I'm supposed to have a sleep study tonight and I'm told my insurance has not be reactivated yet. This is a pretty dirty way to care for your team members. I hope no one else goes through this kind of garbage from their company.
UPDATE: My Insurance was reinstated by 15:30 and I was able to go through with my sleep study.
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My main issue was the managers. I worked so hard, much harder than anyone else and had been there longer than anyone else, but rarely got any kind of recognition. I could deal with that though. But when I got pregnant, we had just gotten a new manager. I have health conditions that made me need to sit down as I couldn't stand for more than a couple of minutes without feeling like I'd pass out due to my fast heart rate. I was a cashier at the time and the groomers let me use one of their stools. The new manager, that didn't like me much anyway, told me that I would need an HR approved stool and could use the groomers stool. I had to have my doctor fill out an 8 page questionnaire, which he did, and she said she sent it to HR. Weeks went by with zero word on the stool, even though I asked nearly daily, and I was getting worse. On Christmas eve, it was very busy and I felt like I was going to pass out. We were short staffed and I told them I could stay and finish my shift if I could use a stool, otherwise I would have to go home. They told me to go home cuz I couldn't use any other stool that wasn't HR approved. That was the straw that broke the camel's back and I decided to quit. # #mythoughts #disabled #hr #Petsmart #badmanagers
After 4 months of job searching it was the advice on this forum that finally allowed me to secure a job....and a really good one at that. I had a misdemeanor charge against me from 6 years ago that already cost me one job offer when it showed up on a background check. I read some advice on here regarding that situation, and it advised to disclose it in advance and see what happens, because HR people LOATH surprises. I did exactly that. They not only overlooked my past discrepancy, I think my honesty about it was actually one of the reasons I got the job. Thanks again for all the support! It really does work!