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Re: Starting new job, how to address T issue Miss Honeychurch

Posted by Shortelise on May 26, 2005, at 19:58:58

In reply to Starting new job, how to address T issue, posted by Miss Honeychurch on May 26, 2005, at 12:02:22

I'd keep it to myself.

I'd tell whoever I needed to tell that I have a medical condition that requires ongoing treatment, and say which days at what time I'd go to the appointments. I'd try to make it understood that it's not a serious conidtion but does needs monitoring.

I'd try to schedule my appts at the end of the day so I'd leave work a little early and not return, if that works for your schedule. Or for first thing in the AM, though given the emotional nature of therapy, it's hard to go to work after, sometimes. But I'd try to have the travel time one way on my own time, not take up work time.

Only my opinion, obviously. But it just seems it's nobodies business but our own.

Congrats on the job.

ShortE


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