I haven't posted much the last couple of days, mainly due to me being busy, but also giving me time to mull over the inadequacies of the HR department at the place where I work.
I was 'invited' to attend a meeting to discuss my recent sick-leave, which goes back to the 23rd Feb when SOH left. I was told at the time that any sick leave related to that would not affect any triggers that HR had in place, and apart from some asthma issues in late March, a migraine in early May and a virus later on in May I have been there more than I had been off.
I did have a meeting with the doctor, in Feb, and I was offered time off then, but wise ole me decided that work was a better distraction than the four walls at home so said no I wouldn't.
Needless to say the meeting went badly, I was so angry with them and said they were unsupportive not only of this issue but of a previous one and that I felt it was harassment and causing me more stress not less; which doesn't bode well for my asthma as that is worse when I am stressed.
I came out of that meeting, just wanting to turn around and say go to hell, especially when they set a target of no more than 3 days sick in the next six months. My answer 'I don't expect to book sick leave in advance, and I don't plan on any time off sick' but the reality was by the end of the meeting I was no longer engaged in it and just wanted out of the meeting, out of the job and out of here.
Common sense is prevailing just, however the house tidying is going well, the excess furniture went yesterday, and it will be a case of tidying/decorating and then valuating and hopefully selling very soon as I don't want to be here any longer than I have to.
I think I have grown out of this job, this location and the sooner I can leave and hand my notice in the better.