Thank you. And since you are still physically able to work then that means you are not eligible for any type of workers compensation
You know, I hate to suggest it, but looking at it from every possible angle, there's not a legal hook to go after the employer on.
They may be poor managers and not know how to effectively manage employees but, from what you've described, they are not breaking any laws.
I entirely understand why you want closure on the issue. So, you may want to call, e-mail, or pay them a personal visit to ask when the meeting will be scheduled. It's perfectly fine for you to take the initiative on pressing for the meeting. It shows them that you care and want this addressed so that everyone can positively move forward. You may want to direct your energies to focus on getting that meeting scheduled, learning what their concerns are, and doing what you need to do to address them.
You cannot make them better managers but you can take the initiative to show them that you want to manage your affairs promptly and effectively.
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