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My boss and my childs skills trainer is asking me to do yoga

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Customer: my boss and my childs skills trainer is asking me to do yoga breathing exercises before work, after work and at home with my son (coloring) i work at the same school. I have anxiety and they know that. They are saying that my anxiety is affected my son, which I feel it's not. I have it controlled and have a DR. My boss also told my co-worker to do these exercises with me or help watch my son in the morning so I can do the breathing. I feel my boss is violating the HEPA law. Am i correct?
JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?
Customer: My son was having behavioral issues and to make a long story short we agreed to get a skills trainer twice a week and that I can only afford 800 for the rest of the school year to help pay for one. My boss then hired one without notifying me 5 days a week. I keep asking her how much and she said shes still working on it. This is what is triggering my anxiety not my son. Then we had a meeting Friday and she brought up this whole breathing thing! She said that the meeting was mostly for me. I feel I'm fine! and they are telling me to fill out the chart she provided to shoe that I'm doing them and told my co-worker to make sure I do them.
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Asad Rahman replied 1 year ago.

I understand and hope things work out. Generally hipaa governs medical providers not employers. However he should still respect your privacy. If this is causing you anxiety you may have a claim for a hostile work environment although they will likely argue that they are trying to help you.

Expert:  Asad Rahman replied 1 year ago.

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