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The temporary help was hired 2 days after the start of my disability leave of absence.
At the end of my 90 days, communicated with HR Director that I have to undergo chemo treatments and unable to return within the 90 days. She responded not to worry and just for me to get better. I have been in constant contact with her the entire duration and never inform of any issues or problems regarding my employment.
Even if severance fees are not in writting should employer practice fairness and
equality in dealing with employees? Working in the accounting department made me aware that it has been a practice for them to give severance fees to less tenured employees.
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