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I am working in pipeline construction doing 4 weeks on 1 week off.
I am staying in the camp and there is no way out of this.
I can't sleep much and stressed out and company is ignoring my complaint and i am scared everyday.
My wife is stressed out with 3kids at home.
People in the knows what is going on. Spoke to supervisor but all he said was he has bi polar and his uncle is guru.
I dont want to be here any minute.
what are the option?
I have to wake up at 4:30 in the morning and finish work 6pm coming back to camp.
I am not in normal state.
HR refuse to get complaint for couple of days.
I need help immediately.
if i go home for de stress, does it covered by income protection?
I am on 6 months probation. can company get rid of me without any reason?
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